Question about GE Refrigerators
Hi if you have frost in the back of the freezer, you have a bad defrost thermistor this is located behind the back panel in the back of the freezer, you will see the coils, and at the top of the coils you may have to defrost it to find it, there is a little white sensor, this is the defrost thermistor, part runs about $25. If you dont have frost let me know if you have temp problems in the fridge also and how old the unit is.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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