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Re: ge profile refrigerator model #pf22sbsbss
You should consider buying one online.. I'm sure the manufacture of your refrigator has a web site. check ot out i'm sure they have the seals there or they can tell you where is the closest place to you to ship one from. But basically i believe that the seals are standered , the seal for any ref. your size should be the same.. check your local hardware and see if they got any.
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clip on bottom of hinge is worn or broken had mine replaced. magnetic seals are not strong enough to hold the door closed on their own. Original problem was the magnets were too strong so the clip on the bottom hinge was added.
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That is not that hard to fix and you can easily buy the parts yourself
Here is a tip that will help you with the online buying...
Before you go too far lets check the wiring harness. Your model is a Profile or Artica and model number? I would not buy anything until I traced out the wiring. You may have plulled the pinplug at lower left hand of door near floor and behind kick plate. Sea Breeze
Your icemaker send the voltage to the water valve as it cycles through its ice drop. Pull your icemaker out, and test the wiring it was plugged into for continuity to the water valve, usually you will only have one colored wire that has continuity. Your white wire is usually your nuetral and as long as both wires are ok, then replace your icemaker or your icemaker module if it has one. You have a very good parts house on Oahu called Reliable Parts, Take your icemaker in if you live on Oahu, or call them with your parts number if you are on the Big Island. I worked on Oahu for 15 years. Good Luck Appliance Specialists
that model is missing numbers. Checked the GE website and there are 3 versions of your fridge: PSW26PSWSS PSW26PSTSS PSW26PSSSS
These are basic solutions to your problem that may solve it.
1. Check the magnetic/seal strip that is attached to the freezer door for breaks, tears or obstructions. 2. Check the temperature controls within the fridge and adjust accordingly. 3. If you are over stocking your freezer, take some of the large items out and check in a day if the temp is where u want it to be.
Your pushing air from the fridge part over to the freezer door when you clos it,the only thing i can suggest is make sure that the seal (which is magnetic) is clean and not falling apart,inspect it all around the door,and when closing the door i would close it gently.
Hope this helped.Let me know by rating me or for more help go to live chat.Thanks Len West
I have a GE Profile Stainless Steel side by side. I also noticed that the refrigerator side door was not sealing like it had previously. There was no "suction" when opening. I started inspecting the gasket around the door to see if this needed replaced, as I had read that may be the problem from this forum. My particular model has the grill / vent at the bottom of the door, in the front, which just pops off. I found that down by the grill my model has magnets there that match up with magnets on the bottom of the doors. I inspected this and found a foreign object had attached itself to this magnet. I removed this object and waaahlaaah the door now has suction! I was relieved to find that I didn't need to replace the gasket. Worth a try. Hope this helps.