Question about Refrigerators
Most likely you have a def system failure. look in teh freezer compartment at teh back wall and you'll probably see frost build up the cover. the most common culprit for ge refrigs is bad def heaters. its very easy to tell by removing the rear cover melting the frost out wiht a hair dryer. then you will see either 1 or 2 glass rods with springs in them those are your heates if 1 or both of the heaters are burnt looking then you need to repl them. good luck peyton
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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