Question about GE Profile Arctica Stainless Steel Top Freezer Refrigerator
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I may need to know your model # from the sticker inside the fridge to view a diagram but usually there is are small set screws (usually 2) on the handle which are allen head that can be tightened. Look for this first and let me know if there are no set screws. If this is your setup then I would appreciate a solved rating.
Posted on Oct 18, 2007
SOURCE: GE Profile Arctica Icemaker
YOU CAN PULL THE FRONT COVER OFF TO SEE IF THE GEAR WHEEL IS BROKE,OTHER THEM AT CALL YOUR LOCAL APPLIANCE PARTS STORE AND YOU CAN GET A NEW ONE FOR AROUND $70,THANKS-MIKE
Posted on May 29, 2008
Loosen the hinges on top of the door left side, . lift or lower the door till it is level with the top of the unit. now do the other door. now look at the line between both doors, and compare the gap at the top and bottom . adjust once more time if needed. clean the metal and the magnet with windex then put weson oil on a clean towel and wipe all the way around each door.. hope this was helpfull to you.... Sawdust46
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
It's hard to understand how the refrigerator compartment would be okay, but the freezer is not. The evaporator coils are normally behind the freezer. The cooled air is moved from here to the freezer and refrigerator by the evaporator fan. Is this the fan you are saying is going on and off? Or the compressor fan underneath the refrigerator.
The necessary conditions for proper cooling are:
1. Compressor is running; 2. Compressor fan is running; and 3. Evaporator fan is running.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
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