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I am now using a GE profile TFHW22R as an extra refrigerator in the garage. Although it appears to continue to run, it only reaches temperatures of about 40 degrees in freezer compartment and 50 degrees in other compartment. Any suggestions other than discarding it?

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Open the freezer door and look closely on the back wall of the freezer for an ice buildup.
If ice is present the defrost circuit is bad.
Either a bad defrost heater and thermostat behind the freezer panel or a bad defrost timer located in the fresh food side.
Also check the freezer fan motor.
If it has stopped working the freezer and fresh food sides will not be cold enough and will require a new fan motor.
This refrigerator is worth repairing.
Double check the fan motor at the compressor and make sure it is not blocked and running OK.
The coils underneath should be checked to clean out any lint.

Posted on Sep 06, 2010

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