Question about Refrigerators
We recently purchased a condo with a GE Profile "Arctica" (white) side-by-side refrigerator, model # PSC23MGMB WW. The previous owner's warranty documents show registration in February, 2002.
The refrigerator side (right side) freezes milk, vegetables, etc. The manufacturer's "suggested settings" are 5 / 5 (freezer side / refrigerator side), with 9 being coldest, and 1 being least cold.
We have tried setting the refrigerator setting down to 1, and waiting a day to see if it had any effect. This did provide a MINOR increase in temperature, but things like milk and vegetables still freeze (just not as badly as when refrig is set to 5).
Has anyone had a similar problem with this model? If so, please tell us what you did to solve the problem.
See if you can locate the cold air inlet vent and partially close the damper ... Hope that
Posted on May 28, 2012
It sounds as if the ice door is not closing properly. Check the little rubber door seal to see if it is sealing properly. If not try a hair dryer to soften it. Otherwise you have to buy a door kit.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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