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This could be due to a faulty water sensor was the problem with mine

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Failures of this type usually result in replacement of the ice maker assembly.

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Check to see if the evaporator fan is working. It may be seized up and not blowing the cold air into the fridge compartment. Some GE have a air valve diverter which controls the air flow into the fridge. If the fan is working and there is no cold air into the fridge, this may be jammed in its closed position.

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You've cleaned the condenser coil?

Common problem for the condenser coil to become clogged with dust and lint.

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Possibly evaporator fan motor is not working. Will show cold but as the air is not circulating, wi give these conditions. Call for service.

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GE lists this model as a 24.9 cu. ft. unit. .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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Sounds like the drain hole is plug. Check it out. If it is then clean it.

Good luck


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Check that the plug your refrigerator is plugged into is not part of your GFCI circuit. If you have a plug that has a test/reset button on it (usually on the same wall, but not
necessarily) press the reset button and see if that doesn't help.

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That is shown as being 20.3 cubic feet.

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GE lists the GTS22QBP as a 21.7 cu. ft. model. The specifications are available here: . (Note: the last two characters indicate the color of the refrigerator.) You can also get the specifications from the data sheet: .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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Maybe a defrost problem. Evaporator coils frozen up.

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The wall separating the fridge and freezer section has tubing off the compressor called a mullion heater/ discharge tube heater. It is there to keep that strip slightly warm and prevent sweating during humid times. If it gets overly warm/hot to the touch then either it is due for a cleaning or the condenser fan has stopped. The defrost circuit is not the problem! After pulling the fridge out, remove the back panel and you will see a round condenser on the right hand side. The fan motor is mounted on the side of it. Clean as necessary and make sure the fan is running. Unplug during cleaning and protect your floor before pulling it out

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Most modern refrigerators do not have defrost timers anymore. Instead, the main control board controls all of its functions. Older units would have a timer,much like a clock that would defrost every 6,8,or 10 hours if it needed it or not (some may have had a different time but these are the most common). With the main control, it will typically defrost every 8-10 hours of compressor run time. This cuts down on the cost to run it since the defrost cycle uses the most energy.

I am not sure why you are looking for this? you did not say what problem you are having but the main board is in the back, bottom right when you are looking at the back. You will see a rectangular metal plate with maybe 10 screws.

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