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My GE Profile fridge side isn't staying cold, but the freezer is. There is no thick frost built up in back of the freezer side so I know it isn't the defrost heater. Could it be dirty coils underneath the fridge side? P.S. It's been running all night! Could the fridge side maybe need a freon charge? Help!! The milk is barely cool enough to drink! YUCK!!

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There are a couple of things that can cause this. Thermistors, mainboard, fan and damper.
Start with the cheapest.
1. Check Thermistors - Pull J1 and check connector pins 1,2,3 and 4 to pin 5. They should beapproximately 15Kohms. In your case, the freezer thermistors (pin 3 and4 ) should be higher than the fresh food (pins 1 and 2).
2. Fan and Damper - Fresh food fan should be on and damper from freezer to fresh food should be open. If not, check that fans spin by hand and damper doesn't look damaged
3. At this point it is most likely the motherboard.

http://www.fixyourboard.com/techzone/refrigerators/ge_fridge_warm/warmflow.html

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