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It appears that the defrost cycle is stuck in the on position. You can locate the defrost timer on most refrigerators and manually cycle them. It is not uncommon for them to fail. You should have a qualified technician do the repair.

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Probably needs re gassing.

GE Refrigerators | Answered 3 days ago


That is shown as being 20.3 cubic feet.

GE Refrigerators | Answered on Mar 08, 2019


A refrigerator. or freeze has to be kept in a vertical position or fluids in the compressor can seep into the wrong place and freeze up the compressor. liquids will not compress. A compressor replacement will probably fix it.

GE Refrigerators | Answered on Mar 07, 2019


HELLO!!!

HA HA HA NICE JOKE !!! HMMM TRY SWITCHING IT OFF FOR FEW HOURS AND CLEANING THE TRAY AND FREEZER!!

GE Monogram... | Answered on Mar 05, 2019


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A freezer compressor is what pumps chilled Freon -- or another cooling agent -- through coils that line the freezer compartment. ... The cooling agent inside the compressor is sensitive to being moved around, which can cause knocking noises. Also, loose components can cause knocking sounds.

GE Refrigerators | Answered on Mar 05, 2019


Defrost cycles typically every 8-12 hours. Lights will operate during cycle but compressor and fans will not. The cycle usually lasts less than an hour.

GE Refrigerators | Answered on Mar 05, 2019


Make sure that the condenser coils are free of obstructions and dirt especially plastic bags. Then make sure that the fan is working.

GE Refrigerators | Answered on Mar 05, 2019


This can be caused by two things.

Door Gaskets that need replacing.

A blocked defrost drain. This is located at the rear of the cabinet and is normally a small trough with a drain hole. Clean it with a piece of wire, wash the trough and put a tablespoon of bleach down it.

GE Refrigerators | Answered on Mar 04, 2019


EVER HEARD OF A THERMOMETER . ALL CHEESE WILL EVENTUALLY MOLD UNLESS IT IS MADE FROM PLASTIC

GE Refrigerators | Answered on Mar 02, 2019


There are two coils and they are the evaporator and the condensor. GE likes to call the evaporator the " Low side coil." Both coils are inside the case, the condensor is rolled into a cage shape and has a fan on one end of the cage, The evaporator is behind the inside back wall of the freezer. The condensor you can see through the back cover on the bottom. This might not have anything to do with cleaning the coilss, they can become iced over on the evaporator, the evaporator fan can fail, the compressor can fail to start.

GE Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 27, 2019

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