The inside of the refrigerator door where the shelf/bins fit in place is too large to adequately secure the bins and they fall out. It is as if the plastic in the door is bowed and the bins are too narrow to fit well causing the bins to fall on the floor. I have had to take the bins off the door because of the many times they have fallen and things have broken. Is it possible to purchase the whole inside of the door? This has been present almost since the beginning.
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Your description sounds like a loss of air flow problem. Check for overloading your freezer and fresh food side. In order for the freezer and fresh food side to work properly, the air vents need adequate room for air to circulate. I had a customer who completey filled the middle shelf with cardboard boxes and completely blocked air flow on the middle shelf The lower level near the evaporator was extremely cold and the upper area was room temperature in the freezer. Each shelf needs about an inch of room at the back and room between packaging to allow air to circulate.
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Larger=colder. Make sure that 1) your magnetic strip around the fridge door is sealing well. Even a small leaking area could make it difficult to keep cold, especially in warmer areas. Also, make sure there is nothing obstructing the door from closing completely and sealing properly. I had this same issue where one of the door shelves was unlatched a little and the door would close but not seal. Beyond that could be motor or more likely compressor or coolant leak. Good luck.
Can you confirm your model number? I see what says that your model is a JFC2089HE above your post but knowing Fixya the model number there is automatically placed there and is most times incorrect, Thanks John Tripp Appliance 911
Try partsdirect.com they have one of the best parts resources available. you will need your complete model number off of the inside of the unit it is located either on the eiling or right hand wall of the refrig section. thx Peyton
Can you place the unit into Turbo Cool? once it reaches 34 degrees it will reset to 40.
This can happen if you've recently added a lot of food lately, such as for a party. The energy saving nature of the unit cannot cope with the influx of a lot of food food from the grocery store all at once.
If that doesn't do it, stick around and someone will be along to help you.