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LG LFC21760 Temp control changing by itself

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Another wonderful day in the life of owning an LG refigerator.  I am having a problem with the refrigerator temp control changing by itself when the doors are open.  It happens intermittently, but more frequently as time goes on.  I also do not have control of the temp using the microswitches on the control panel.  I have to pull the plug and then plug it back in to get the fridge temp back to 37 degrees.  Any ideas anyone?

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This model is notorious for light staying on, throwing temp control sensor off target temp as doors open and close. Also, the Micom (PCB) takes 3 inputs (Freezer sensor, Refrig Sensor, and Defrost Sensor) and COMPARES voltage inputs (O to 5V) to make temperature control decisions. .5 to 5V is a "normal" operational reading from sensors to Micom--refer to manual for pin numbers. So, with that said, a good place to start is ohming out the three sensors per service manual and proceeding to an operational test with voltages. If sensors pass ohm testing, then suspect the Micom.

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Post the SERIAL NUMBER.

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Post the SERIAL NUMBER.

Serial Number 612KRTA00433.  Already had the LG warranty repair for the lights staying on about two years ago.

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