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The flap is what open and closes to allow more or less cold air in from the freezer. There could be ice buildup inside the freezer causing this or a mechanical noise of the flap and motor running. See if you can see it from the freezer side of the vent.
when you open the freezer door do you hear the fan blowing,also is there any like snow or frost on the freezer wall inside the freezer,touch it and make sure or was the door left open?is there frozen water droplets on the food packages and on the racks,let me know what you find and send the model number,open the fridge door and look on the left side wall near the ceiling
You have a bad control board , located behind the refrig , mounted to the bottom left corner , inside the white plastic box . Also , the temp adjustment light , should be out . This board , is held onto the refrig , by those 2 , 1/4 " screws . It is easily replaceable , and costs about $80.00 .
Ice maker has adjustment on right side of power head. If ice maker is inside on upper left, you can remove white cover from it and the adjusting screw in on right. Turning counter-clockwise will decrease fill by 1/2 to 3/4 of ounce. Sounds like a small amount, but ice make only uses 4 ounces per fill. If this does not fix, try replacing fill valve. If ice maker ice bin is in the freezer door, you have to remove cover to ice maker in the top of freezer. Ice maker is screwed into top of freezer and need to be removed to take off cover to adjuster screw. same procedure for reducing water flow time as above.
I think I can help. Usuly the doors have been swapped around in this case. look closely at the freezer door on hinge side. there should be a small metal piece that covers the hinge to prevent anything from jamming hinge. this shield also serves as a spacer. this is what sets the door at the correct height. if the piece is missing you can have your local appliance dealer order one for you. it only takes a few minutes ts to install. you will need to remove the freezer door to do this. Hope this helps and good luck.
Also, If you call and haggle GE they may send you a new freeezer side door. Or, You may actually try turning fridge off, leaving door open for about 4 hours and then try it again. As strange as this sounds it has worked for some of my customers.... When "air-bubbles" get into that line it can freezer inside the door a small section of water line because the insulation in freezer side door isn;t thick enough... More can be read on this problem at http://www.houstongofarappliancerepair.com/Refrigerator.html