Question about GE PSS26SHRSS Side by Side Refrigerator
I had an electrical power surge the other day and ever since my refridgerator has not been cooling properly. The freezer has warmed up to 17 degrees and the refridgerator has warmed up to 40. the outside of the refriderator is hot to the touch near the bottom. I put fans near the bottom and this seems to help. I have turned the controls to 10 for the freezer and 37 for the fridge and it's holding. But the outside is still warm to the touch while the fans are still running.
Is you condenser fan runnig at all. look in the back ot the unit and if you have a cover plate hten you need to either put your hand close to the opening and feel if there is a draft or if ther is air being blown out that is warm. If not then the condenser fan may be toast.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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