12:50AM | 02/16/03
Member Since: 02/15/03
2 lifetime posts
My refrigiator is not working properly. I have a GE profile two sided refrigiator. The freezer side is working fine. The refrigiator side is not. It's almost like the top half is not getting cold, the bottom half where the storage bins are located appears to be cold. I have cleaned the front grates, is there anything else I can look for to fix this. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Please feel free to email me at Thanks - Joe


07:33AM | 02/16/03
Member Since: 11/11/02
2274 lifetime posts
My refrigiator is not working properly. The freezer side is working fine. The refrigiator side is not.
That symptom is most often caused by a defrost system problem but other possibilities are described at the following link:

LINK > My frost free refrigerator's fridge section is not cold enough. What might be the problem?

Dan O.
The Appliance Information Site



11:43AM | 02/24/03
Member Since: 02/23/03
7 lifetime posts
Four things to look at:

1 Defrost timer.
2 Defrost element.
3 Defrost thermostat, located on the freezer coil
4 If your lucky obstruted vent from the freezer to the fridge section..



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