Why Does My Refrigerator Run Continuously?

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Refrigerators are home appliances that keep food cold. They run continuously to maintain the temperature inside. If they did not run continuously, the temperature would not be maintained and the food would spoil.
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it cant keep things cold otherwise.
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Hi: I've dealt with Kenmore for 30 years. Unfortunately the new model numbers don't reveal the age. I must assume it's a newer model. I'm not disputing what you said about it running
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