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Locate defrost sensor

Location of defrost sensor on GE model GBS22HCPAWW bottom freezer type

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Remove all of the racks and drawer from the freezer, take the back wall off from the inside of the freezer, defrost limiter/thermostat will be attached to the evaporator near the top, it will be a metal cylinder with two wires coming out of it. It opens on warm and closes on cold

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