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SKYLAR BLUE

Why is my refrigerator not cooling more than 60 degrees?

by SKYLAR BLUE Last activity date:
June 19th, 2008

If not the sensing bulb, fan or thermostat. My "ALL" refrigerator won't cool below 60 degrees. I've moved the sensing bulb and even replaced the fan and thermostat. The compressor runs. Any solid ideas? The model number is 253.60721008 and serial WA40100610.

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Air Compressors , Refrigerators , Appliances
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Manage My Life
You have exhausted the control issues that could be at fault. That only leaves the compressor and sealed system. The compressor could be weak already or the unit could have a slow leak and be low on freon. In either case, an EPA licensed service technician would have to diagnose the problem. This is because the freon or sealed system has to be checked.
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June 19th, 2008
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