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GE Model TPH 21 PRSM WW not cooling in reefer

This model has has become a nightmare...The freezer seems to be doing fine at 10 dregrees. The refrig has warmed up to a warm 55 degrees. I noticed the baffle between the two has shut. How do I get the baffle to open so that I can get some cooling into the rerigerator side? Please advise.

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The 'baffle' is controled by a small electri motor,This is a renewable part.If you want to manually open it,you should be able to gently move with you hand,after removing the guard. Hope this helps!!

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

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