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MY GE refrigerator is freezing in the freezer section and the refrigerator. However, this is only at the bottom to slightly below the half way Mark. Thisis a two door refrigerator freezer. One half is refrig. the other half is Freezer. I need to find a GE Repair person in my area of Japan with is Hitachi Citt

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Do not know how to find a repair in your area, but here is what is wrong:
The cooling coils, located behind the back wall of the freezer section, have frosted up, preventing the normal flow of air. Now, some of the cold air in the freezer is sinking and flowing into the bottom of the fresh foods section through the air vent by the bottom bin. To fix this, disconnect power to the refrigerator and unload the freezer side. Remove the panel at the back of the freezer section and melt all the frost and ice. Replace the heater at the bottom of the cooling coils, which would normally take care of the frost build up. Reassemble and restore power.

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