Question about GE Refrigerators
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Check the trap door that opens and closes each time you obtain ice cubes. The water leakage may indicate a damaged seal allowing air from outside to enter. This will cause increased frosting and blockage.
The trap door may not be closing all the way or the magnetic seal around the freezer door may be damaged or not sealing completely.
You may also need to check the thermostat.
Temperature may be set too low. If you make an adjustment allow the unit to stabilize for 12 hours before attempting another change.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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