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 Posted: Sun Sep 11th, 2005 01:10 am
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I have a GE GSS20IEPDWW side by side fridge. I have never heard of only one side working. The freezer works perfectly, however the refer is up to 80 degrees. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

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 Posted: Sun Sep 11th, 2005 02:55 am
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Sounds like the damper is stuck in the closed position-- seems to be a common problem on these GEs. Check that and lemme know whatcha find.



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i have the same problem with this unit 98% OF THE TIME its the heater but every thing is fine there when i got there the units damper was closed after i got done checking the heater and put that back together i took off the cover for the damper and it was closed when i pushed the light switch then it would open is this the proper way for this to work? well i held the light button down for about 3 mins and it stayed open and when i let go it would wait about 20 seconds they it would shut if its working fine know what usually is bad the damper or the t-stat any help would be appricated.

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i found the problem the ref door was hanging down to low so the light was still shutting off but the control board was indicating the  door was open and would shut the damper so the ref section was warm

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