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I have a GE side by side Model GSS22JEMB WW. It was in the house when we bought so it was probably purchased when the house was new in 2001. For the past two years we have heard a screeching/groaning sound on occassion coming from it. We just thought it was the ice maker. Last night we noticed the ice cream was soft and there was frost on the inside of the back wall. I turned the thermostat to 0 and left it that way overnight. I turned it back on this morning and it seems to be cooling. Any ideas to prevent future problems?

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That screeching noise you are hearing is the evaporator fan motor that is found in the freezer section behind the panel. If it is screeching, it means the motor is slowing down to the point that the ice can migrate up to the motor and ventually stop it. After defrosting properly(12 hours), remove back panel(in the freezer compartment) carefully aprox 4 screws. carefully pulling pannel out you will either see the motor on the panel being pulled out or fixed above the evaporator, screwed onto the fridge body. Remove and replace it with a new one. You can get away with it on a temporary repair by spraying Q20 (a solvent) to lubricate the motor shaft. Can sometimes last for months.Reinstall in reverse. Note, please remove plug from the wall Thanks.

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