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Ge bottom freezer gds18lbr refrigerator does not keep temp

As of this morning the top part has lost all temp. made a whirring noise a few days ago

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The evaporator fan is binding on a layer of ice that shouldn't be there OR the evaporator fan moter is kaput. Remove the floor of the top compartment (carefully - it's plastic) and the insulation beneath. The floor is held by one screw, accessible when the front "Threshold" is pulled (carefully) out. Thaw out the ice and the fan should run fine. If motor is burned out, replace it.

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Top part has lost all temp

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