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How long should the cooling cycle on my refrigerator run before I get concerned?

I have a side by side GE Profile Model TFX25PPZB. We bought it in 1998. The cooling cycle seems to be running longer than it had in the past, but the refrigerator and freezer are still cooling to the correct temperatures. At the end of the cooling cycle it seems to "chug" a little as it shuts down. I have checked around the seals (which seem fine) and checked the under unit coils (are clean). Is this a sign that the unit is in need of repair? Is there something else I should check? Is there a way to know it is time to call a repair technician before it stops cooling and I loose all the food in it?

Refrigerators , Appliances
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by Manage My Life
November 11th, 2009
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