Refrigerator was running so cold the vegetables froze

ApplianceGeneral Electric Refrigerator

Model

Level of DifficultyReally easy

Time to do repair15 - 30 mins

Age of ApplianceMore than 10 years

Tools Screw drivers

Donald From Roseville, CA

Oct 31, 2013

Following the lead of other posted on this site, I removed the old air inlet cover after emptying the refrigerator. (That took the most time) 1. It's easiest if you remove all the shelves. 2. To access the upper two screws remove the top light cover - it has press in holders on each side. 3. As mentioned in other posts, there are four screws holding the Inlet Cover in place, 2 lower and 2 upper. 4. To get access to the lower two screws,you simply pop off the lower duct assembly. Take out the screws and remove the air duct. Unplug the electrical connector. 5. I had to use the added insulation spacer to seal the unit into the cold air opening. 6. Plug the new air inlet cover unit in and put back in place. 7. Install screws, put lower duct back in, and put light cover back in place. 8. Since shelves were all out, it was easy to give them a good cleaning and put they whole thing back together. 9. Relax and have a cold beverage of your choice. (I took old air inlet apart and lo and behold, the damper door was broken off. Problem solved.

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Part PhotoPart DescriptionPriceAvailability

Air Inlet Cover Kit

Part Number: PS966602

$87.70
In Stock