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GE gss22wgmdww Refrigerator Not Cooling

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    Default GE gss22wgmdww Refrigerator Not Cooling

    The titled refrigerator is a side by side. The freezer size is cold and making ice. The refrigerator side will only stay at about 60 degrees. I have replaced both the motherboard and the damper between the freezer and refrigerator. Any ideas on what the problem could be?

    Thanks.

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    Hi,

    I have replaced both the motherboard and the damper between the freezer and refrigerator
    Is there air coming out of the air damper?
    Any frost on the freezer back wall?
    Fan in the freezer is working?
    Light(s) go off when the fresh food door is closed?

    The freezer size is cold and making ice
    The refrigerator side will only stay at about 60 degrees
    What is the freezer temp?

    jeff.
    http://www.applianceaid.com/
    Appliance Repair Aid

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    Jeff,

    I have unplugged the damper and left it open about 3/4 of an inch. Yes, cold air comes out of the damper now that it is manually opened.

    No frost on the back wall of the freezer.

    The fan in the freezer is working and blows cold air through the damper now that it is manually opened.

    The freezer temperature is about 5 degrees Fahrenheit.

    Thanks for any guidance you can provide.

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    I have unplugged the damper and left it open about 3/4 of an inch. Yes, cold air comes out of the damper now that it is manually opened.
    The fresh food section is getting cold now?

    Id be inclined to try the fresh food section thermistor....

    GE gss22wgmdww Refrigerator Not Cooling-thermistor-wr55x10025-00855829-jpg LINK> Refrigerator or freezer temperature sensor (also called a thermistor).

    #241 in the parts breakdown.

    The freezer temperature is about 5 degrees Fahrenheit.
    Not terrible....but should be more like 0ºF.

    jeff.
    http://www.applianceaid.com/
    Appliance Repair Aid

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