Question about GE Refrigerators
Hello, your condenser fan does not normally run all the time and would not effect the running of your refridge it's primary function is to evaporate the water in the defrost tray and keep the compressor cool...Your problem is going to be 1 of 3 things...1st thing to do is remove the panel at the back of the freezer compartment...does your evaporator look like an ice block? if so melt the ice and check the defrost heater, If defrost heater bad replace it if working replace defrost thermostat. If the ice build up is not too bad check the evaporator fan, if it is fixed to the panel in the freezer conpartment take the screws of lean it forward to where you can see the fan and take a look over the period of a half hour..if it does not turn on in this time replace it. basically your problem is your refridge not getting cold air either because the evaporator is a block of ice and there in no airflow or your evaporator fan is not running. Hope this helps, if you have any further questions or concerns please feel free to comment again. Good luck!
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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