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Hi @max999
What is the model number of the refrigerator?
Is the freezer evap fan operating?
Have you checked if the freezer temperature sensor is OK?
-If it were low Freon the refrigerator would be warmer as well as there is only the one compressor unit. i.e. one sealed system but with two evap units. Could be a faulty refrigerant valve that is used to direct the refrigerant between the two evap units as required or worst case a blocked evap unit but start with the simple things first.
+If it were low Freon the refrigerator would be warmer as well as there is only the one compressor unit. i.e. one sealed system but with two evap units. Could be a faulty refrigerant valve that is used to direct the refrigerant between the two evap units as required or worst case a partially blocked evap unit but start with the simple things first.

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Hi @max999
What is the model number of the refrigerator?
Is the freezer evap fan operating?
Have you checked if the freezer temperature sensor is OK?
-If it were low Freon the refrigerator would be warmer as well as there is only the one compressor unit. i.e. one sealed system but with two evap units. Could be a faulty refrigerant valve that is used to direct the refrigerant between the two evap units as required or a blocked evap unit but start with the simple things first.
+If it were low Freon the refrigerator would be warmer as well as there is only the one compressor unit. i.e. one sealed system but with two evap units. Could be a faulty refrigerant valve that is used to direct the refrigerant between the two evap units as required or worst case a blocked evap unit but start with the simple things first.

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Modifica di: jayeff ,

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Hi @max999
What is the model number of the refrigerator?
Is the freezer evap fan operating?
Have you checked if the freezer temperature sensor is OK?
-If it were low Freon the refrigerator would be warmer as well as there is only the one compressor unit. i.e. one sealed system but with two evap units. Could be a faulty refrigerant valve that is used to direct the refrigerant between the two evap units as required but start with the simple things first.
+If it were low Freon the refrigerator would be warmer as well as there is only the one compressor unit. i.e. one sealed system but with two evap units. Could be a faulty refrigerant valve that is used to direct the refrigerant between the two evap units as required or a blocked evap unit but start with the simple things first.

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Modifica di: jayeff ,

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Hi @max999
What is the model number of the refrigerator?
Is the freezer evap fan operating?
+Have you checked if the freezer temperature sensor is OK?
+
If it were low Freon the refrigerator would be warmer as well as there is only the one compressor unit. i.e. one sealed system but with two evap units. Could be a faulty refrigerant valve that is used to direct the refrigerant between the two evap units as required but start with the simple things first.
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-Have you checked the freezer temperature sensor is OK?

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Modifica di: jayeff ,

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Hi @max999
What is the model number of the refrigerator?
Is the freezer evap fan operating?
If it were low Freon the refrigerator would be warmer as well as there is only the one compressor unit. i.e. one sealed system but with two evap units. Could be a faulty refrigerant valve that is used to direct the refrigerant between the two evap units as required but start with the simple things first.
+
+Have you checked the freezer temperature sensor is OK?

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Modifica di: jayeff ,

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Hi @max999
What is the model number of the refrigerator?
Is the freezer evap fan operating?
-If it were low Freon the refrigerator would be warmer as well as there is only the one compressor unit. i.e. one sealed system but with two evap units. Could be a faulty refrigerant valve that is used to direct the refrigerant between thee two evap units as required but start with the simple things first.
+If it were low Freon the refrigerator would be warmer as well as there is only the one compressor unit. i.e. one sealed system but with two evap units. Could be a faulty refrigerant valve that is used to direct the refrigerant between the two evap units as required but start with the simple things first.

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Post originale di: jayeff ,

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Hi @max999

What is the model number of the refrigerator?

Is the freezer evap fan operating?

If it were low Freon the refrigerator would be warmer as well as there is only the one compressor unit. i.e. one sealed system but with two evap units. Could be a faulty refrigerant valve that is used to direct the refrigerant between thee two evap units as required but start with the simple things first.

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