Question about GE Profile Arctica Stainless Steel Top Freezer Refrigerator
My fridge is 2 years old exactly. The freezer has been warming up to 32 degrees then, it will go back down after a little time has passed. This keeps happening. What part do you suggest needs to be changed out? The lower part of the fridge is keeping temperature, so I don't believe it is the thermostat. Thanks
There are 2 dials in a refrigerator. One is the thermostat the other is the air damper between the freezer and the refrigerator section. make sure your air damper is open about 1/2 way. If air does not get from the freezer to the refrigerator the thermostat might not be reading a proper temp. If you open the damper to much then you can start freezing food in the refrigerator. Some refrigerators have a opening back to the freezer down behind or beside the chrispers sometimes a paper or wraper can get down there and block air off from returning stoping the normal cycle.
I don't know if this is a solution but they are easy to check and eleminate as a possibility.
Posted on May 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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