Question about GE Refrigerators
What you have found as a model number may in fact, be a part number for the inner lining.
Check your owner's manual for the model number.
Check to see if your unit is equipped with a setting for humid/dry climates and if it is present, it should be set to correspond to yours.
The defrost cycle melts concealed, built-up frost, with an internal heating element.
That produces water that should normally drain through a hidden path down to the evaporation tray at floor level under your unit.
If the path is blocked, the water will find its way into the interior and refreeze wherever it lands.
Gaining access to the element and the drainage path can be a real pain in some refrigerators and requires removal of the liner of the freezer for access.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
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