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Thermometer I just got a brand new Liebherr SC1301. It worked OK for a few hours. Then the temperature on a thermostat started going up for a freezer while it looked like freezer was working OK (thermostat showed 35 F while water was easyly freezing inside.)

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YOu have to be more clear on the post it dont make much since, also if its brand new should be under warranty

Posted on Aug 21, 2007

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