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I have the same problem as most. I have a GE

I have the same problem as most. I have a GE GSS201EPA. My problem started with a power outage. Everything worked fine for about 24 hours. There are no indication of shorting out, but frig is warm and freezer won't freeze ice. I have ice in bottom of frig and frost built up in back of freezer. HELP!!! This was the third outage in two months. I'm tired of buying food I can't eat. I can't afford major repairs.

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Its sound like your defrost timer is not working a fridge should defrost every 8 hours replace your defrost timer leave your door open to defrost all the ice buld up the timer shoul be located in the back lower where the compressor is located it about 3 sqare inch normally black with a small motor on or some are white in coulours thanks from gilles

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