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IS YOUR ICE CREAM MELTING? IS YOUR MILK TURNING SOUR?
No need to call an expensive serviceman, and then wait a couple of hours (or DAYS) for him to show up! Diagnose your problem RIGHT NOW, cheaply and easily, with our FREE ONLINE GE refrigerator repair manual!Tired of reading complex thermodynamic theory in a GE refrigerator manual? Don't you really just want to know basically how the bloomin' thing works, and then get on with fixing it? Our GE refrigerator repair manual cuts out all the unnecessary theory and sealed system repairs that the novice will never perform. Instead, we focus on diagnosis and repair procedures for the most common symptoms, such as no cooling, ice or water buildup, noisy operation, electrical troubles, etc.
OUR GE REFRIGERATOR REPAIR MANUAL COVERS
Chapter 1: GE refrigerator's heat flow and air flow
Chapter 2: Special types of refrigerators
Chapter 3: Diagnosis, tools and repair basics
Chapter 4: GE refrigerator problem: Compressor is running but refrigerator is not cold
Chapter 5: GE refrigerator problem: Refrigerator is not cold and compressor is not running
Chapter 6: GE refrigerator problem: Ice or water buildup
Chapter 7: Unusual complaints and stories from the trenches
Chapter 8: Domestic icemakers
Appendix: Diagnosing GE refrigerator defrost problems in ADC-controlled machines
NOTE: The diagnosis and repair procedures in this manual do not necessarily apply to brand-new GE refrigerators, newly-installed refrigerators or recently relocated refrigerators. Although they may posess the problems described in this manual,GE refrigerators that have recently been installed or moved are subject to special considerations not taken into account in this manual for the sake of simplicity. Such special considerations include installation parameters, installation location, the possibility of manufacturing or construction defects, damage in transit, and others.
Our Free GE Refrigerator Repair Manual was designed to assist the novice technician in the repair of home (domestic) refrigerators that have been operating successfully for an extended period of months or years and have only recently stopped operating properly, with no major change in installation parameters or location.