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Title:

Frost buildup on freezer back wall in GE Fridge

Text:

Hello -- I have frost build up in the back freezer wall of a GE fridge (model; GSH25JSXL SS). As a result, it is preventing any ice cubes to be formed and is causing the refrigerator to be less cold than usual.

I called a local repair shop on the phone and they want to replace the defrost heater, but I'm not sure.

What's the problem cause and suggestions to fix it? Thanks in advance!

Device:

Refrigerator

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

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Edit by: Neal ,

Title:

Frost buildup on freezer back wall in GE Fridge

Text:

Hello -- I have frost build up in the back freezer wall of a GE fridge (model; GSH25JSXL SS). As a result, it is preventing any ice cubes to be formed and is causing the refrigerator to be less cold than usual.
 
I called a local repair shop on the phone and they want to replace the defrost heater, but I'm not sure.
 
What's the problem cause and suggestions to fix it? Thanks in advance!
What's the problem cause and suggestions to fix it? Thanks in advance!

Device:

Refrigerator

Status:

open

Original post by: Neal ,

Title:

Frost buildup on freezer back wall in GE Fridge

Text:

Hello -- I have frost build up in the back freezer wall of a GE fridge (model; GSH25JSXL SS). As a result, it is preventing any ice cubes to be formed and is causing the refrigerator to be less cold than usual.

I called a local repair shop on the phone and they want to replace the defrost heater, but I'm not sure.

What's the problem cause and suggestions to fix it?

Device:

Refrigerator

Status:

open