Question about GE Profile Arctica 25.4 Cubic Feet Side-By-Side Refrigerator With Dispenser PSS25MGMWW
A few days ago our icemaker seemed to stop and I realized it was due to the freezer not being cold enough.There was a small amount of ice on the coils when i removed the inner back panel so i defrosted them and restarted. They quickly frosted evenly so i assumed it was functioning properly but no such luck. The fridge side seems to be ok which is strange because I thought it was fed from the freezer.
I believe that it is low on freon due to a leak or is dirty underneath and has to be cleaned where the condenser coils are. If they are dirty it can't disapate the heat that its pulled out of the inside of the unit so it acts like its not working. That would be the 1st thing to do is to clean the coils it should make a difference in an hour. If not then you must have a leak in the line somewhere, which would cause the coils to frost up also. If the large line coming from the compressor has frost on it then it is a leak. Needs to be repaired with a repairman. If anything else we can help with let us know. Thankyou for your question
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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