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Could it be a bad motor sensor ?

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Hello, I am working on a french door GE refrigerator that cannot hold consistent temps in the freezer. The proof of this is in the ice tray. My customer’s ice seems to melt together into one big ice block and then re-freeze its self. There is also a large amount of frost on the food inside of the freezer.

(Also GE will not appear in the brand section of the question format page so I selected Norge since it was the 1st thing to pop up)

  • reliable asked 1 year ago
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Hello, I am working on a french door GE refrigerator that cannot hold consistent temps in the freezer. The proof of this is in the ice tray. My customer’s ice seems to melt together into one big ice block and then re-freeze its self. There is also a large amount of frost on the food inside of the freezer.

(Also GE will not appear in the brand section of the question format page so I selected Norge since it was the 1st thing to pop up)

  • reliable asked 1 year ago
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Besides a bad belt, what other components could cause the belt not to turn. The washer stopped on its own, did not trip any breakers, it would advance to the next cycle manually but the belt was slipping and tub was full of water. They cut it off after this. I have not been there to check it yet, I was told this on the phone.

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