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Ge profile artica psi23sgmd bs refrigerator freezing items

Refrigeratator is freezing items

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SOURCE: GE Profile refrigerator model PFCS1NJWA is freezing items in back

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

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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SOURCE: GE Profile Artica refrig is freezing food

Replace the cold control

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SOURCE: My GE profile artica refrigerator freezer is not

Bad thermostat maybe. Does it freeze up at the back ? Could also be a bad defrost timer.

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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SOURCE: ge profile refrigerator PSS27SGNA BS....unit's

Check the air damper at the back top left of the fresh foods section to see if the damper door has broken and thus not able to close. It is electrically operated, but if it breaks, you can have your exact condition occuer.

Posted on Feb 03, 2010

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SOURCE: Refrigerator is too cold (28 degrees)

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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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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It is unlikely that a power outage by itself will cause your problem. Recheck hour refrigerator thermostat. It should regulate to 38-42 degrees F. You can take an outdoor thermometer and put it into the fridge compartment, leave it for an hour or two and check. Adjust as necessary. If that doesn't fix it, we can proceed further.

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Wow, so you dropped some money into it, eh? I would take a look at the damper door asslb(DIFFUSER). located at the very top left of your refrigerator section in back. It has a motorized door that opens and close's and it may be stuck open. More than likely it is broken and needs to be replaced. GOODLUCK!!!!

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