Last Activity:07-28-2006 6:20 PM
Posted in thread: GE Hotpoint CTX14WAYCTH Cooling..but not enough! on 07-26-2006 at 11:28 AM
I promised to come back and say what happened. So far, the fridge has been operating normally.
Perfectly in fact. It's back to around 39F and no more warm milk. My guess for now is the
defrost timer g...
Posted in thread: GE Hotpoint CTX14WAYCTH Cooling..but not enough! on 07-03-2006 at 08:50 PM
Thanks again- having a plan of attack from a professional is helpful.I put a mark on the
defraost timer so I could see if it was actually moving, and it looks like it is.I didn't
really realize there ...
Posted in thread: GE Hotpoint CTX14WAYCTH Cooling..but not enough! on 07-03-2006 at 10:07 AM
Yeah I think you're right. I will watch it over the next few days and see. Not looking forward
to determining what went bad... the heating element, the timer, bad connections...:D
Posted in thread: GE Hotpoint CTX14WAYCTH Cooling..but not enough! on 07-01-2006 at 02:17 PM
Wow Jeff thanks for the fast reply! I was half expecting to have to wait until next week for
someone to see my post and reply. I was just coming back to post on my results of pulling the
rear cover of...
Posted in thread: GE Hotpoint CTX14WAYCTH Cooling..but not enough! on 07-01-2006 at 12:23 PM
OK here's the situation, we got this fridge from friends who were moving to Florida about 3
years ago. Never really had a problem with it. I believe this is a frost free, it mentions some
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