If your refrigerator is not cooling properly, there are several things you can check to diagnose the problem:

  1. Check the temperature setting: Make sure that the temperature setting is set to the appropriate level for your refrigerator. If the setting is too high or too low, it could affect the cooling performance.
  2. Check the condenser coils: The condenser coils are located on the back or bottom of your refrigerator and can become dirty or clogged, which can prevent proper cooling. Clean the coils with a vacuum or brush to remove any dust, dirt, or debris.
  3. Check the door gasket: The door gasket is the rubber seal around the door that keeps cold air inside the refrigerator. If the gasket is damaged or worn, it can allow warm air to enter the fridge, which can affect cooling performance. Check for any cracks or tears in the gasket and replace if necessary.
  4. Check the evaporator fan: The evaporator fan is responsible for circulating cold air throughout the refrigerator. If the fan is not working, it can prevent proper cooling. Check to see if the fan is running and listen for any unusual noises.
  5. Check the compressor: The compressor is the motor that pumps refrigerant through the cooling system. If the compressor is not working properly, it can affect cooling performance. Listen for any unusual noises or vibrations coming from the compressor.

If none of these steps resolve the issue, it may be necessary to call a professional repair service to diagnose and fix the problem.

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