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I have a GE artica model #pss25ngmc, the temperature keeps going down to 26- 28 degrees even when it is set at 37. I want to know if I can fix this problem, i am pretty handy or call an expert to come and tale a look at it.

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  • mdmvisa Jan 07, 2009

    I have a GE Arctica model #PS123SGMD, the temperature keeps going down to 26- 28 degrees even when it is set at 37. I want to know if I can fix this problem?

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this is likely one of the thermistors on the fresh food side has failed. They are usually located under a small cover inside the fridge. They should have a reading of 15.5k-16.5k ohms at 72 degrees. They are easy to check and replace. Here is a link that should help. You can also enter your model # for diagrams and illustrations of your specific model. http://appliancehelponline.com/sxsfreshthermistor.html

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