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November 1, 2012, 11:39 AM

If it just seems to be down on cooling capacity but is running OK otherwise, you might try what has worked on two different refrigerators I've seen. One of them was mine.

Unplug refrigerator, pull it away from the wall, clean the coils on the back, underneath, etc. Clear all the dust bunnies away front & back to ensure good thermal exchange w/ coils and air.

Make sure it's sat for an hour or two unplugged. Then plug it back in.

Both times, after plugging in, frig ran just fine afterwards. Not saying it will fix yours, but you might try it if you didn't already.
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