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GE Arctica PSS27NGMDBB shelves fall off track


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#1 TLC917

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Posted 24 January 2010 - 08:33 AM

My wife's frustrated, and me too because she is, that the shelves no longer stay on the track. What gives??? We've had this since new and afer a few years they just started falling off on one side or the other, like they're not the right size??? Is there something I can do to extend or support the shelves? We had to store this unit for a year in a climate controlled facility, would that make any difference? Had the doors slightly opened to prevent mildew and such. Many thanks in advance!!!

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Posted 24 January 2010 - 08:42 AM

the storage shouldn't make a difference. the problem started after the storage? as long as there isnt anything broken then theres not alot that you can do...poor quality is what it boils down to. the walls will contract as the fridge gets colder thus making the shelves very loose.
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Posted 24 January 2010 - 09:23 AM

Didn't connect temperature to walls contracting. Temp is set for 0°, it sometimes gets -1°. It's about 1/2" gap. I think I'm going to try some plexiglass, cutting around the guide wires and then secure that to the underside of the shelf. I'll be sure to round the edges to avoid cutting into the sidewall. If you have a suggestion I'd appreciate any input.


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Posted 24 January 2010 - 07:21 PM

Here in the great frozen north they came out with a kit.  25cu.ft. - WR49X10057        and for 27 &29 cu.ft. - WR49X10058                         hope this helps..


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Posted 30 January 2010 - 11:28 AM

Many thanks Grey One! The wise wife removed the shelf and turned around 90° where the handle was at the rear of the freezer compartment. Worked and saved buying the kit you mentioned. Can't afford that expense, but really appreciate your information. THANKS!




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