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The temp controls can be accessed from the front panel. Factory preset should be 37'f for the fridge and 0'f for the freezer. If you hold the temp button for 3 seconds it will let you see, and adjust both sections.

Are you having an issue? Or just want to see what the settings are?

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Without knowing your model# to know which fridge you have makes it difficult to tell you how to do this. Most models have the lower frame supporting the pan and it is not easily removed. It is also very possible to damage the pan if not done correctly so I normally never recommend someone do this! Once it crack, you need to replace it!

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You just need to keep adjusting until you find what works on the dial for you. The liquids should be cold to the touch, and it should NOT freeze any of the produce or eggs...if it's too cold, turn the refrigeration down, ...if the milk is spoiling too soon and the cheese is going bad, turn it a little colder. It takes a while to learn what works, but once you find out, just leave it alone.

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link below says faulty temperature sensor
manual below troubleshooting starts page 31
Some thing you can do if freezer not freezing below link

sometime is door is ajar not closed and sealing it will have to high a temperature.
Some issues which can cause higher temp. link below.

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Looks like a mini frig?

Usually not. Unless there is a separate control it is on and cooling when the compressor runs.

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If refridgerator , valve may be bad , or the circuits that control icemaker or water thru door have an open circuit or fuse blown. Check with meter when using water dispenser. It will shock you with whatever voltage is standard from wall outlets so be careful and use insulated gloves, shoes and have a dry floor.

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look around rear frame for serial number or manufacturer plate will have date

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call a local repair service more than likely it needs freon service which diyers can not do no fittings on them from factory

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Low on Freon.....Low side pressure Sensor at accumulator will disable compressor...........

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Sounds like a clogged condensate drain line.

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What is your problem? I can't understand your question.

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Frost Free?

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Measure it.

Open the refer door, measure the clear interior width, heigth and depth.
Divide by 1728 (number of cubic inches in a cubic foot).
Answer is in cubic feet (gross, ignore icemakers, bins, etc.).
Do the same for freezer side.

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Have you tried replacing the filter?

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return it for one that works, call customer service for help handles may need adjustment.

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