Question about GE 17.1 cu. ft. / 484 liter Upright Freezer FUM17DMRWH
I hear no motor assy that is bad or any other "noises"...pulled the freezer out & see nothing out of the ordinary underneath where the compressor & motor is. It is no longer freezing & has also lost the suction when the door is shut. I am confused! Does it take some sort of coolant charge? Help! Thanks, Tim
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