You can often Google your specific problem with your brand of refrigerator. For example, if you have a newer GE refrigerator, it could be a broken damper.http://www.appliance-repair-it.com/freezing-food.htmlThank You, PSUEngineer :-DMy husband read the site, ordered the damper and fan assembly, and replaced it this morning. Looks like we're all set!$108 for the part. My husband guessed that a professional repair would've cost twice that at least. And he had fun doing it himself. (Do guys know what a turn-on it is when they can fix stuff?)
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