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I hope this is the right forum, seemed like the right place for general chatter.

I stumbled on this board while looking for info to triage a GE fridge that had been left open overnight. Followed directions and it still didn't cool down after a day. I rent so the leasing company just replaced it, but I enjoyed actually digging into the problem and checking it out myself first.

So thanks for the info!

PS - My wife thinks I'm a complete dweeb for being excited about an internet forum for fixing appliances, but she appreciates me keeping her nice baking tools running smoothly.

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