Why does my GE fridge keep freezing up?

Why does my GE fridge keep freezing up?

The most common cause for GE refrigerators to be freezing food in the fresh food section is the damper that cuts off airflow to the fresh food section will break. At the top of the duct there will be a housing that has the damper and on some models there will be a fresh food fan.

Why do I have ice build up in the bottom of my freezer?

Cause 1: A blocked defrost drain is one of the most common causes. This happens when food particles or other debris clog up the drain hose, which can lead to ice buildup and, eventually, water leaking out of the freezer and refrigerator.

Why won’t my freezer Freeze ice cream?

Soft ice cream is a sign that your freezer is not set cold enough, or it is not freezing properly. I assume you checked the setting, so it is likely not working properly. Check underneath to see if the “coil” is full of dust, this is a common issue. Most have a coil underneath, and it can be vacuumed.

How many hours per day does a freezer run?

Step Three: Most “average” refrigerators run for about eight hours per day. Multiply 8 hours of usage by the number of watts you came up with in step two, or 8 x 960 = 7,680 watts per day, on average. But 7,680 watts is only 7.68 kilowatt-hours.