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Fridge temp at 48 degrees even though I have it set for 34 degrees. Sounds like fan struggling. Happened 3 months ago but was fine until now. Is this compressor issue or motherboard? Thanks for your help as this is only 3 years old. GE Profile

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The fan surge is caused by the motherboard & will require replacement.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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