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GE fridge...food compartment not that cold


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#1 Lurker_mitchgo_*

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Posted 27 May 2005 - 05:33 AM

I have a three year old GE fridge. overall it seems like an excellent unit.

For the past week the fresh food compartment hasn't seemed particularly cold. I've turned the controls up to 7 from 5 and it hasn't seemed to make a difference.

I vacuumed out dust from the condenser coils below the fridge. The fan is definitely running in the freezer. I've made sure the freezer isn't packed and blocking any air movement between the compartments. I've turned down the freezer control to 4 from 5.

Is there anything i'm missing? i'm trying to avoid a costly repair call here...thanks!

MG


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#2 Ron

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Posted 27 May 2005 - 10:52 AM

Mitch,  is the back panel on the freezer side frosted up,  let us know and post a model number.  We will be able to help you better...Ron




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