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GE Profile refrigerator model PFCS1NJWA is freezing items in back

Refrigerator has started to freeze items in the back.

Settings: freezer -1, refrigerator 36.

approximately one year old.

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Doug Davis

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  • kewag Jan 08, 2009

    The refrigerator side is freezing items at the back of the shelves. I don't know how you can control the airflow that was suggested in the fix. Can anyone help explain how you do this?

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    freezing products in the refrigerator

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Slow air flow will cause it to freez check air flow from freezer in at the top and back at the bottom

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