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Ge refrigerator Our fridge is not keeping everything cold anymore and now the ice is beginning to melt. Any ideas why?

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If the unit is old, the refrigerant may need a recharge or the compressor seals may have worn out. If the latter, most people say to buy new unit rather than repair. I suggest getting a service call to get it diagnosed. Good luck!

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