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Our GE Arctica was making a buzzing noise. It sounded to me as though the fan blades were contacting something. That noise has stopped but the temperature is now creeping up in both the freezer and the fridge. A service guy came out and replaced the board but it didn't help. He seemed to think it is the evaporator system and we should consider a new fridge. I can't help but think it is a bad fan somewhere. Please help!

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  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2011

    Hi could i get an exact model number and what are the temps on both sides?

  • harry_c_john Mar 30, 2011

    PSS25SGMD

    Freezer temp: 19F

    Fridge temp: 47F


  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2011

    Ok couple more things, is the fan running in the right now and making a buzz noise or did it stop? And do you know the part # of the board he put in?

    Sean

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Here is a tip that I wrote about refrigerators and the fan noisethat they develop sometimes...

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