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Troubleshooter - Refrigerator

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The correct operation can be checked using a thermometer in a glass of water placed in the middle of the appliance. A good cooling temp. is +4 to +6°C.
If the temperature is correct, the cooling system and the regulator are not defective. The water droplets indicate that the automatic defrosting system is functioning properly. There is therefore also no technical problem with the appliance.
If the temperature is not correct, there is a technical cooling problem with the appliance and it will have to be serviced by a technician.

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