Question about Refrigerators
My 3 year old GE side by side refrigerator (GSS23SGSB) suddenly has a rough, rumbling noise coming from the freezer compartment. It's like the motor is running roughly. That's Problem A.
Problem B is that our condo developer wedged the fridge in so tightly that I'm worried I might not be able to pull it out in case maintenance has to be done at the rear. Is there a trick to using the rollers -- i.e, to make sure they're not locked or immobilized or something?
Thanks in advance for any assistance!
Unit may be off level do to being wedged in so tight. No trick to rollers just carefully pull out unit.
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
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