Question about GE Profile Arctica 25.4 Cubic Feet Side-By-Side Refrigerator With Dispenser PSS25MGMWW
You are not going to get the walls to come back again and like you figured the shelves ahve not changed in size...
The ONLY thing that you can try to do is find something that will sit on the plasticribs and still help to support the shelves. This is not going to be an easy fix....rather then trying to screw sometning to the walls I would turn off the firdge, allow it to warm up, dry it throughly and then glue something to the sides that will help to support the shelving. I would not try to pull apart anything and screwing to the sides can be a real gamble for fear of what you may hit behind the wall.
I'm sure that you can find a good bracket of some kind with enough area to glue to the sides at a local hardware or bigbox. A bit of creativity maybe required but I'm sure that with a bit of imagination you can figure something out...!!!
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
If you think the problem is with the walls then you will have to get the freezer relined.
There are companies that do that. You should check your local yellow pages.
But if you think the shelves are buckled or curved and fall short of the slides then you could replace the shelves.
Have a look at this site if you have not already done so. Unfortunately I don't think the parts are available anymore.
You may have to take them out and put some weights to reverse the buckle in the shelves.
Not sure if it is any help you can refer to the user manual at this site.
Please rate the solution if you find it useful otherwise post a comment and I will try to help if I can.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
The only way seems to be to put a padding between the metallic body and the plastic lining. It could only be inline with the trays and not all along. Yes, it is a major effort. The plastic lining would have to be removed and then refitted after fixing the pads. They could be fixed with cello tape or super glue.
If you try out other alternatives like widening the lower edge of the trays enough to sit properly on the ribs then after a few months you will be in the same situation you are in today.
Or you could put a thin rod with screw on one end and to pull in the lining. But it has a drawback of making a hole i the lining (bad in the long run for the plastic) and you having to remove the lining. Then the first solution is easier and cheaper and good for the fridge in the long run.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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