Question about GE Profile 23.3 Cu. Ft. Counter-Depth Side-by-Side Refrigerator - Stainless-Steel
You may have ice formed in the passage between the freezer and the refrigerator. You have to remove the plastic panel in refrigerator side. (pull temp control knob straight off, then tilt plastic panel forward from bottom. Should come off with a little wiggling). Next remove one screw just above where the temp knob attached. this will allow the left half of the assembly to pull toward you. It will want to stick to the right side of the assembly (were the light buld is) so just gently encourage it to come out. Once out you will have a very simple device in you hand made of foam and plastic. rinse under warm water and get all the ice out of it. Dry it and put back in. replace parts in reverse order.
See if that helps!
Mike in Tucson, AZ
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
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