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The odds of that working are very low. The guy probably said that because he was too busy to come so he just said that to give you something to do in the hope that you would call again later when he had more scheduling availability. The most likely possibility is that it is the internal overload breaker. Usually it is easy to reset with a screw driver. Here ...
Here's what I found. I tried installing another brand of filter. When I put in in and turned it, it broke off one of the star-shaped, spring-loaded valve stems that controls the flow of water in and out of the filter. If you look back inside the filter (the filter housing), there should be two of these valves. My cheap filter broke one of these. I'm ...
If you absolutely have to use a long extension cord I would use a 10 gauge. I also would feel the cord for heating as another caution. Some may feel this is overkill but like I said if you MUST use an extension cord these are my thoughts.
Note that some freezers, paradoxically, had actual heaters for the outside walls to reduce condensation. That has mostly gone away as insulation has become better and energy efficiency has become a major selling point.
The freezer provides the cooling for the refrigerator. The refrigerator settings usually just adjust vent ports from the freezer. Some units use just vent ports, other units utilize ports along with a fan. Set the fridge at midpoint setting then adjust the freezer setting until your stuff in the fridge no longer ices up.
Replace it. Modern refrigerators are so much more energy-efficient that you'll probably recoup the purchase price in a few years.
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