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We have a GE Profile Frdige, Model PFS22MBSBB that conitunes to rise in temperature to 52deg. The freezer is at -6deg. I have unplugged the unit for approx 10min and re-plugged it in. Will this fix the problem? Or what else could be causing it? The fridge is approx 4yrs. Thanks Bobalou

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Hi is there any ice built up at the back of the freezer. is the fan motor going if no ice or frost build up in freezer and fan motor is going . check the compressor. thanks the appliance doc

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Sounds like the condenser fan motor is either jammed or has failed. if you wil pull the refrig from the wall and remove the lower compartment cover you will see the fan I'm reffering to as well as the condenser coil and compressor. if the fan has failed you can put a house fan blowing into this compartment to keep the unit operational until you can get it repaired. thanks for using FixYa Peyton

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