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I have a side by side GE refridgerator and the freezer side works fine but the refridgerator side is warm no air is blowing out of vent. what could be my problem

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Your damper door vent is either frozen shut from condensation or the damper door moror is bad or lacks power to operate

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    where can this damper and motor be found

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