Scott F. • Lancaster, PA • November 29, 2014
Appliance: General Electric Refrigerator GTS22WCPCRBB
My Repair & Advice
I'm not the most handy person in the world, but this was a pretty easy fix. Only tool I really had to use was an interchangeable screw driver, using a flat head and a small socket bit. The key was just remembering how things went back together. I recommend taking pictures with your phone as you go along if you are worried about what went where. Just have to remove the freezer rack and ice maker before removing the back panel within the freezer to get to the motor.
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