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I own a ge side by side refrigerator and the food continually ices/frosts-is there a remedy?

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If the frost is in the freezer compt i do hope it is, check the ice chute flap its probably stuck open,
beyond that check all your door seals,, even the smallest of gaps can cause problems, this time of year

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Yes try raising the setting of your thermostat. it's the control located inside the fridge. install a thermometer and try to keep the box temp around 40 degrees fahrenheit.

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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