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brownchristian

Member Since 12 Oct 2009
Offline Last Active May 01 2011 04:47 AM

Posts I've Made

In Topic: New Front Load Washer & Dryer

24 March 2011 - 11:19 AM

This is all I find on their website.

Sears Item# 02640272000 | Model# 40272

My link

In Topic: GE TBX25PR Refrigerator not cooling

07 June 2010 - 06:14 AM

It's located in the garage and it is summer time here in Texas.  Been in the low 90's for two weeks already and only getting hotter.

In Topic: GE TBX25PR Refrigerator not cooling

07 June 2010 - 03:17 AM

After running all night undisturbed the fridge temp is +/- 38 degrees.  So I assume all is good and the defrost is the culprit.  Gonna tear into it this week and see if I can determine the problem.

How long should I expect it to freeze back up?

In Topic: GE TBX25PR Refrigerator not cooling

06 June 2010 - 04:11 PM

Fridge has been running for 6 hours now and the freezer is 5 degrees but the fridge is only 47.  How long should I expect the fridge to cool down?  What is the correct temp?  I assume 37 - 40 degrees.

Before I start tearing it apart I want to be sure the defrost system is the culprit.

In Topic: GE TBX25PR Refrigerator not cooling

06 June 2010 - 11:19 AM

Alright defrosted the freezer over the weekend while we were gone.  Plugged it back in an hour ago and it is cooling down.  Gonna check the temps in a few hours.  If it gets cold then I want to try and fix it. How do I determine which part is broken? 


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