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I have ge refrirator model # GSH25JSRFSS, side by side stainless steel. One eveoprator in freezer side. The compressor is running, but temperature of freezer side is always 30 degree F, refrigerator side 50 degree F. It is not coming down. What has gone wron?

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Hi,
As the compressor ir running fine this problem is because the refrigerant may be evaporated little which may cause short cycling of the refrigerator.Please fill the system with some more gas and this problem you wont be having.
Thank You

Posted on Sep 03, 2010

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