Question about GE CleanSteel GSL25JFTBS
It is possible that the air blowing of the fan is restricted due to freezing within the cooling coils, frost developing too much inside the coild, This can happen even if the door had been kept too long open or if the auto defrosting of the fridge is not working fine. So first of all deffrost off the fridge totally by shutting it off for about 8 hours. Clean up totally and restart after you think the cooling coils are clean and dry. Now check for the first 24 hours how the efficiency of the system works, is it better or worse or the same. If better it is sure you auto defrosting is not working and you will have to check up on the auto timer unit. If the same then check the speed of the fan and the blowing, set the temp in moderration to the freezer and the fridge to balance off, not too much for the freezer and try. I am sure the fault will be in this section. Hope you try this out. Good day
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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