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My GDM 47 refrigerator is not turning off, and I have replaced the open air thermostat control on it. Could I have done anything wrong in the installation or is it something else?

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SOURCE: Our GDM-47 refrigerator is not cycling on and off.

Is it getting cold enough to cycle off. Should be around 10 degrees in the freezer.If the evaporator coils behind the back panel of the freezer are icing up because of auto defrost failure that will gradually cause it to warm up because ot the blocked air flow.

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possible bad defrost timer,or control on an off is bad,were you adjust temperature...thermostat from 30 to 65.00 dollars....possible there is leak or unit is under or overcharged..more than likely under charged...possible defrost heater is not working...good luck..michael doctor airr appl.repair..service tech..843-384-8474...call if need additional help ..its free..

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Temperature has dropped to 10 degrees.


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possible bad defrost timer,or control on an off is bad,were you adjust temperature...thermostat from 30 to 65.00 dollars....possible there is leak or unit is under or overcharged..more than likely under charged...possible defrost heater is not working...good luck..michael doctor airr appl.repair..service tech..843-384-8474...call if need additional help ..its free..

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Our GDM-47 refrigerator is not cycling on and off. we changed the temperature control


Is it getting cold enough to cycle off. Should be around 10 degrees in the freezer.If the evaporator coils behind the back panel of the freezer are icing up because of auto defrost failure that will gradually cause it to warm up because ot the blocked air flow.

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