Question about GE Refrigerators
If you take that back panel off (four screws) you will find frost all over the coils. The defrost element at the bottom of the coils (two wires leading to it) might be burned up. For the time being you will have to take everything out of the freezer, take that panel off, defrost it with a hair dryer, and put everything back in. Your refrigerator will be fine for another few days and then you'll have to do it again.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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