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My GE GSS25TGP is stopped working. The food

My GE GSS25TGP not stopped working. The food in the freezer is beginning to melt and the food in the fridge is getting warm. What do I do.

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SOURCE: Freezer set at 0 degrees, but runs at 19 degrees. Ice Cream melting...

Low on freon/refrigerant maybe.

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SOURCE: Fridge/freezer warm, no fan, light's on

you can remove back cover feel the compressor, is it hot?? perhaps it overheate.

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SOURCE: Ge SIde by side SSS25KFMDWW stopped freezing

number one,is the freezer fan working?2,is there frost forming on the back wall of freezer?let me know more-mike

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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sounds like you may have gotten a refridgerant leak causing a low charge condition. some refridgerators have a evaporator fan if this quit working it will cause it to freeze up .thus the freezer does not use a fan and it will still get cold

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change the thermostat

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Yes this is complicated for me.
But in case my method works for you here it is:
Turn off the freezer and empty it. Depends on the time of the year where to put the things you take out of the freezer.
Put boiling water in cooking pots, the pots inside the freezer and have a lot of towels handy when the melting begins.
When all the "frost" has melted and still no power on the freezer, clean it well and take a knitting needle and try to put it in the hole in the middle of the waterline. Usually some muck comes out. Leave it like that and put everything that you are going to keep,in the freezer again.
The power on and hope for the best, which usually happens.
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The most likely problem is your=> WR09X10103 Defrost Timer and that is located inside and behind the fresh food compartments control panel here=> GTS22KBP The second likely problem will be found inside the freezer and behind the rear wall where you say see the frost building and the part will be the=> WR51X10038 Defrost Heater Assembly

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Part location 618 in this photo here=> HERE and it is always a good idea to change the defrost thermostat=> WR50X10015 Defrost Thermostat Both of these parts have detailed instructions included on testing while at the links listed. The defrost timer can be slowly turned clockwise until the compressor and fans stops. Allow up to 30 minutes for the freezer to defrost and many can be heard beginning about one minute after stopping compressor and fans by opening the freezer door and listening for the sounds of crackling or sizzling and take care that if there is a lot of un melted ice be repaired to clean it/water melted that may run over onto your homes flooring. Should you have further questions please let me know, Thanks, Sea Breeze

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