GE Monogram Refrigerator Not CoolingA refrigerator is a vital part of any modern kitchen. When your GE Monogram refrigerator not cooling correctly, it becomes a significant inconvenience for the whole household. Especially during the summer, when the outside temperature is high, your GE Monogram refrigerator will work hard and use more energy to keep your food cold. We will explore a few steps to help your refrigerator work effectively and efficiently and to prevent future service calls.
- Make sure the condenser coils are clean and free of dust. The dust layer on the condenser coils will reduce air circulation used to cool down the compressor. That will result in the compressor overheating and not adequately cooled. When the compressor is overheated, it turns off, and the internal temperature rises.
- Keep your Monogram refrigerator well packed. It is a misconception that the fridge will work harder if you put more food in it. A well-packed refrigerator is using less energy compared to an almost empty one. Make sure not to block the air vents with your food. Restricted air circulation will cause all kinds of temperature problems in the freezer and the refrigerator compartment.
- Make sure temperature settings are 0℉ for the freezer and 37℉ for the refrigerator section.
- Regularly check the door gaskets for splits, tears, or any other damages. Clean the door gaskets and the surfaces from the food spills that can cause those damages every time you open the door.
- Change the water filter regularly, usually every six to twelve months.
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