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How cold you set the freezer temp can cause this. Try to set the freezer to a warmer setting.

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try to pull the power plug out and wait for 5 minutes and plug it back,it should work if every thing is ok,Thanks

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How to Reset the Compressor on a Fridge
  1. Locate the refrigerator power cord on the back of the appliance.
  2. Disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet. ...
  3. Turn both the fridge and freezer controls to "Off" or "0" inside the fridge. ...
  4. Adjust the fridge and freezer controls to the desired setting. ...
  5. Allow the fridge up to one day to adjust to a stable temperature.

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Probably needs more gas. The evaporator is inside the fridge and has a small nozzle the squirts the liquid gas into a cavity, it then evaporates and turns cold.

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check and test for power --then test stat -switch - compressor and circuit

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If your icemaker is making too much ice or overflowing: Be sure the bucket is properly positioned directly under the icemaker. ... The feeler arm is either a metal rod on the side of the icemaker or a plastic paddle that sits horizontal under the icemaker. If the arm or paddle is broken, the icemaker needs to be replaced.

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