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Thread: Kenmore top mount 106.74269400 not cold

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    Default Kenmore top mount 106.74269400 not cold

    I have a Kenmore top mount (#106.74269400) that is about 4 years old. Over the past 3 days or so, I have noticed that the refrigerator is much to warm and the freezer isn't as cold as it should be. There doesn't seem to be any flow from the freezer to the fridge. Hopefully someone could give me a hand with this. Thanks.

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    Do you notice frost build-up inside the freezer on the back panel?
    Here is a general help link:
    http://www.applianceaid.com/frig_notcold.html

    You will probably need to remove your back panel inside your freezer and check the coils, and check your air duct that goes into your refrigerator from the freezer for ice blockage.

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