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Hi, my GE Profile PSG22SI series 2 door fridge has a hose broken at the back and itdisappears into some sort of solid device where you can move the hose up and down a little bit, but can't disconnect it, or even see where it is connected at the other end. Any ideas on how to fix? thanks much. Keith

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There is an electric solenoid that opens the door. If you look up inside the dispenser you can see the solenoid. Either the solenoid is bad or the dispenser module that puts power to it is out. You will need to remove dispenser front and check for voltage to solenoid. If you have power from module, replace solenoid, if no power, replace both parts. It is common for solenoid to short out and damage the module so that both must be replaced. If solenoid is shorted and you replace module, new part will fry.

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I am experiencing the same problem with my GE fridge. We have already tried the Turbo Cool, but nothing seems to help.
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SOURCE: GE Profile Side by Side is getting too cold on the fridge side.

I have a GE refrigerator with the same problem of my food freezing in the refrigerator. I spoke to an appliance part person and they sold me a temperature sensor for 20 bucks. They said it would be located in the control panel, but I took the control panel off and can't find the sensor. I'm now looking on yahoo answers to find out where the sensor is located.

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SOURCE: My GE Profile fridge periodically (eve other n) leaks water

Thaw out the defrost drain in the freezer. It has frozen over and the defrost water has nowhere else to go except on your floor.

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