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GE Monogram Fridge/Freezer

Freezer is frosty inside. I hear a fan type noise constantly. Temperatures are holding in upper fridge and lower freezer, but there is inconsistencies in temps.

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A frosty freezer in the back panel is an indication of a defrost failure issue. Problem may lie in the the control board, heater or defrost terminator. The problem usually is a broken defrost element. Hope that helps :)

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