Question about GE Profile PDS22SBRR Stainless Steel Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
Yes the fan motor can cause this problem. The fan motor does a few jobs, helps circulate the cold air in the fridge and freezer, tells the compressor when to kick on and kick off, and controls the damper. See the motor has wires going to it from the thermostat that tells the fan which side needs more cooling and it then adjusts the damper to allow for better cooling in that area.
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It sounds like the damper assembly might have failed or be stuck open. The damper is mounted in the left side upper rear corner of the refrigerator section. The damper controls the amount of cold air that comes into the refrigerator section from the freezer.
If you want to repair the refrigerator yourself you should disconnect the power to the refrigerator and remove the 2 screws holding the damper cover to the center wall. Sometimes you can spray the damper with WD40 and free it up.
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