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The refrigerator section is not cold

22 cu ft. GE Profile bottom freezer. The refrigerator section is not cold and the fan is not working to cool the refrigerator. the freezer section works fine. all the lights work fine the ice maker works fine. For some reason the fan is not running to cool the refrigerator.

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  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    kenmore refrigerator 253.7692660 - 13 cu ft purchased approx 1991. refrigerator section nice and cold but food in freezer section is no longer as frozen hard as it should be. Also it runs non stop all day and never shuts off. front edge of divider between refigerator section and freezer on top is warm to the touch

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    the freezer is working but there was a sheet of ice on the back wall and the refrigerator is not cooling

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Replace the freezer fan motor.

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