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Ge ps123mgnabb side by side refrig/freezer shelves falling out

Our Ge ps123mgnabb side by side refrig/freezer has a problem in the freezer where the shelves are falling out of their supports because it appears the side walls are moving outward. Is there a fix or are there wider shelves available.

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This appears to be a known problem with at least a couple of GE models (It has been happening in our freezer too). There is a GE Service bulletin at https://customernet.geappliances.com/OTIS/fs/home_images/REF01-10.pdf that seems to describe the fix as them sending out new shelves (and maybe someone to install them?)

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