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GE Arctica fridge PSS26LRBSS - temp control blinks '0'

This fridge has been setting for a few days unplugged. I plugged it in and the temp control indicators for the refrigerator and freezer both stay dark and only blink "0" about every 15 seconds, then go dark again. I have tried unplugging and re-plugging. This didn't help. The freezer is getting cold but the refrigerator seems to be warm. This is 2+ hours after plugging it in. Any ideas? Reset procedure? Thanks to anyone - my food is getting warm.... Wavester

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Re: GE Arctica fridge PSS26LRBSS - temp control blinks...

Set to 0 for freezer, and 37 for fridge. give it 24 hours to stablize. blinking could mean it is adjusting.

Posted on Sep 28, 2007

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