I don't have the model number handy. I've got an Amana refrigerator in the garage. The freezer seems not to be as cold during the coldest temps during winter. Usually the problem goes away when the garage warms up a little. I chalked it up to the compressor oil getting thicker due to colder temps and not circulating as well. I have set the freezer setting to a colder setting, but I notice the freezer stays about the same temp. I am thinking about moving it to the basement, where the temperature stays pretty constant say in the low to mid 60s. I figure that since the freezer settings are higher, the freezer coils might have become frozen and aren't working properly? Would it help to empty out the fridge and turn it off for about a day when it is moved downstairs so any frozen part can thaw. Then plug it back in and set the fridge and freezer to the factory settings?