Question about GE Profile PFS22 33" Artica French Door Refrigerator w/ 22.2 Cu. Ft. Capacity, ClimateKeeper System ...
Can you see (when you close both doors) and even gap between the center of
the doors at the middle of the refrigerator all the way down from the
top to bottom? Or is the gap wider at the top then the bottom or vice
If it is not even you can adjust the upper hinge plate for the doors to correct it and make it even. You want the doors to be parallel at the center and with a small gap between them when they are closed.
There you can find a plastic cover over each hinge plate that unsnaps giving you access to the three screws you loosen to adjust the angle of the door.
Even more, push the monitor center test cycle button on the control panel while pushing the doors closed with your hand and see if the door alarm stops going off after it completes its test cycle. Keep your hands against the doors firmly enough to ensure a tight seal from the time the test cycle starts all the way through until it is done and has reset itself to normal operation in its monitoring mode.
If the door alarm does not go off while holding the doors closed with your hands, you'll have to align the door hinges for a wider gap between the door and the refrigerator along the hinge line from top to bottom, this will allow the doors to close further at the center.
Hope this helped.
Posted on May 05, 2010
Pull the door switch and jumper (bridge) the connections......tell me if the alarm stops after performing this function.
Also, can we have the make and model of your refrigerator?
Posted on May 05, 2010
Close the doors then check the gap between them at the middle of the refrigerator from top to bottom. The gap must be aligned and needs to be adjusted if not. The doors can be aligned by by adjusting the upper hinge plate of the doors. Unsnap each of the plastic covers of the hinge plates to access the hinge screws. Loosen the screws and adjust the doors for alignment then tighten the screws.
Push the monitor center test cycle button on the control panel, if the doors are aligned, while pushing the doors tightly closed and check if the door alarm stops after it completes the test cycle. Push the doors firmly enough to ensure a tight seal through the test cycle and reset the alarm to its normal monitoring operation mode. You have to readjust the door hinges for a wider gap between the door and the refrigerator along the hinge line from top to bottom.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hello Debby Rhodig, thank you for your post!
Based off the information for your Frigidaire refrigerator I see that your fresh food side is not cooling and the alarm is going off. I would check to verify there is no food or packages blocking the rear vent. If there is nothing blocking the vent place your hand back there to check if you feel any cold air coming out of the damper. If there is no cold air coming out of the damper it could be an issue within your evaporator fan, if there is cold air coming out I would set your temperature to a colder setting.
Changing the temperature inside your appliance can take up to 24 hours to stabilize. If you continue having issues with your refrigerator I would seek assistance from a professional to come out and properly diagnose and repair your appliance. I hope this helps. -Matt
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