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    • Part Number: AP3185407
    • MFG Part Number: WR55X10025
    • Made by: GE
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The unit is cooling the freezer and refrigerator. However, the unit will not stop running. The top of the freezer is a little cooler than the bottom..which might be expected(?)

Jim for Model Number GSH25JSXL

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Refrigerator temperature is not working.

Joy A. for Model Number DSS25PFMD

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Lately, the fresh food section is cooling too much. Even though the thermostat is set at 37 degrees (F), the temperature fluctuates between 30 and 34. I read that this can be due to a bad thermistor. Is that right?

Semih for Model Number PSS25NGNA WW

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Several issues. In my cold storage ice maker there is a wire hanging down and the end piece is off of it showing 2 naked wires. I need that piece. I have not had ice for 2 weeks and very slow water flow in door. I replaced filter even though the front panel said filter was fine but still no ice in cold storage ice maker but freezer ice maker is making ice. My lights have not been working in freezer compartment or cold storage compartment. I replaced bulb in cold storage but still no lights in either compartment. I have checked closed door buttons and they are working o.k. What is going on with lights? Any ideas? My LED lights on the front of refrigerator work fine.

Jeannette A. for Model Number LGUB2642LF3

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Freezer not work and fresh food.

Jose for Model Number hss25ifmc ww

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Freezer was dripping the Ice and the temperature readings at the top of the refrigerator were off. This happens at different parts of the day. Freezer said 7° when it was 22° and fresh food was off 10° also. I replaced the defrost thermostat this morning with the WR50X10068 and replaced one of the Thermistors right next to it in the freezer WR55x10025. It has been 2 1/2 hours and the freezer dropped to 28 degrees but the fresh food side has not changed at all. still 48° on the readout. What next? There are a few other thermistors but I am not sure what the next steps are. PLEASE HELP as I am going nuts!

James for Model Number PSI23SGRBSV

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Recently the freezer and the refrigerator temperature have been going up. After awhile you begin to hear a fan or compressor running and the temperature goes back to its orginally set temperature of Freezer 0° and Refrigerator 37°. This has been happening periodically over the past couple weeks. Is it a matter of time before it dies or is there something that can be replaced to give it some more life for a couple years?

Ed for Model Number PSS25NGMAWW

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Where is the 'thermistor' part located?

Jon for Model Number GTS22ICSARWW

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Will the thermistor keep the freezer to defrost?

Help for Model Number GSH25JSTASS

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Hi, I got few issues with this unit now. The freezer and ref section stop cooling whenever there is a frost build up in the back wall of the freezer. The ice melts, yet the bottom food in the bottom section of the freezer are still frozen. In the ref section, the items in the bottom gets frozen too including the water in the tank. Whenever I remove the frost, few minutes after the fan would start running again. It stays running overnight but then it stops in the morning. Then it cycles to the frost, melting and freezing of water in the tank, etc. What parts should I replace?

Dmars for Model Number ESF25LGRDBB

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