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Thread: 253.22042 Kenmore Freezer feels less colder then usual (filled with ice cream inside)

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    You say the problem wasnt caused by the dent?

    Temp was 15 F then when i removed icecream and saw the dent had ice over it , then removed the ice covering the dent and replugged freezer back in, temp whent back down. Doesnt that mean it had to be the ice over the dent because thats the only thing i changed and then temp went back to normal?

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    You say the problem wasnt caused by the dent?
    Correct.

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    well then what would explain the sudden decrease back to normal temp. It was 15degress for over 3 days until i decided to move icecream and take off that ice on the dent. Then it went to normal? Whats your reasoning for what else it could be then?

    I would have thought it was obviously the dent, because after that it returned to cold temp.

    Something doesn't add up.
    Last edited by roberto32; August 9th, 2018 at 09:55 PM.

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