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GE Profile Refrigerator PSF26NGPABB Temperature Rising


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#1 Patricio

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Posted 21 May 2013 - 10:09 PM

You yunguns done lost me.   This model does not have a touch screen, it does have 2 fans in the freezer & 3 in the fridge.  I don't think it has an inverter.  But after looking thru the manual, it got me thinking scared.    The fan was running lazy, but now thing it was on low speed.   Any way the frigerator 24 hours later is running normal temps that it is set at: freezer -1' & FF 37'.   The non cleaning condenser need a good cleaning.  I am thinking now to leave well enough alone.  All that variable pulsating DC voltage is beyond my current electrical, techniclal comprehension.   Now any place to get a crash course in this 'advanced bastard technology. :unsure:  :wacko:

 

Which leads me to another post, I've seen more GE refrigerators in the last couple of weeks than I have seen in the last couple of years.


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Posted 21 May 2013 - 10:12 PM

Topic split.   :blinky:   Welcome to your new topic, Patricio!  



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Posted 21 May 2013 - 10:30 PM

GE Refrigerator GSS25QGTA.   Bit the dirt.  Evaporator fan, compressor fan, compressor all running compressor very warm, hold hand on it for 5-10 seconds before becoming uncomfortable.  No cooling at all.   Where does the Freon go overnight?


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