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We have a GETFX27ILB 26.6cu ft. refregerator an the one side isn't getting below 60 degrees.

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  • hchostess Jul 23, 2008

    Why did you send me to a computer expert instead of a refrigerator expert? I have a 13 year old Model TFX27ILB GE refrigerator. The freezer is working fine but the refrigerator won't get below 60 degrees. Please help

  • hchostess Jul 23, 2008

    If you don't have a refrigerator expert, please refund my money. I am not satisfied!!

  • hchostess Jul 23, 2008

    This unit only has one evaperator fan and it's working.

  • hchostess Jul 23, 2008

    this unit only has one evaperator fan and it seem to be working fine.

  • hchostess Jul 23, 2008

    The thermostat & evaporator fan is working and I don't know what parts I need because no one cam tell me what is wrong.....just forget the whole thing and refund my money because I am not satisfied with the solutions.

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Enter (TFX27ILB GE ) at search tab and click "search" to see parts availability for your model.
http://www.repairclinic.com/SmartSearch/SmartSearch.aspx

WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOUR REFRIGERATOR

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Hi,

Due to the size of most 27 cu ft refrigerators, the design calls for the use of two (2) evaporator fans. The fans draw cold air from the freezer section and blows it to the refrigerator section. It is possible that one of the fans has failed and therefore the area where that fan is located is not getting as much cold air as the other side. Corrective measure requires that the said fan be replaced.

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Have you replaced the thermostat?

how old is the unit?

there may be a problem with the thermostat sir

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Could you again give us the model and manufacturer for the refridgerator.

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