Question about GE Refrigerators
It is normal for a refrigerator to run 75 per cent of the time or more depending on the temperature of your room. Very hot weather and a lot of door opening can cause a refrigerator to run more. as long as everything is freezing and cooling, i wouldn't worry too much.
Here are several things you could check. first clean out the condenser coils underneath the refrigerator. check to see what your thermostat is set on. set it to 5 (normal). You can also slowly turn it down toward the lowest number and see if the compressor kicks off (this will let you know the thermostat is working). you can also check your door gaskets to make sure everything is sealing good around the doors.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
Testimonial: "I TRIED TURNING DOWN THE THERMOSTAT AND IT STILL KEPT RUNNING THE ONLY WAY TO STOP THE RUNNING IS TO SHUT IT OFF"
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