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GE Refrigerator Repair Survival Kit

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Refrigerator Repair 29 December 2013 · 1,167 views

GE refrigerator manuals documentation
Brother Durham has assembled a very handy collection of essential technical manuals and tools needed when working on GE refrigerators. Brethren, let us attend:

GE Fridge Survival Kit:

these manuals:

http://appliantology...ultiple-models/

http://appliantology...various-models/

http://appliantology...gnostic-manual/

Inverter diagnostic manual http://appliantology...nostics-manual/

Ge Icemaker technical bundle http://appliantology...0093-ice-maker/
Minimal Tools and parts:

9v battery
1/4 inch 5/16 inch nut driver,
Phillips and flathead screw driver,
small alligator jumpers,
wire cutters
multimeter that can read 62k ohms,
thermistors, bell connectors crimper and silicone
a wr55x10942 (most commonly used board but check your model to be sure.)
Ice water slurry (before you go to the job, make sure to ask customer if there is Ice available otherwise you need to stop at a quickie mart and get some. If you forget, make sure to save some frost if there is any, before you defrost the fridge)

Good things to have but not necessary :

Steamer
Ge diagnostic test kit and
thermistor magic! (shameless plug http://appliantology...ermistor-magic/)
tablet or smartphone



Adding a couple shameless plugs of my own...

How to test GE refrigerator fan motors with a 9-volt battery: http://appliantology...9-volt-battery/

How to troubleshoot GE inverter compressors: http://appliantology...ter-compressor/

A tell-tale sign that the Muthaboard in a GE refrigerator is bad: http://appliantology...gerator-is-bad/

Double-extra Special Secret Tip for Troubleshooting a GE Refrigerator that's DOA: http://appliantology...ator-thats-doa/

GE Refrigerator Muthaboard - Connector Reference Pictorial View: http://appliantology...pictorial-view/

GE Refrigerator Muthaboard - Connector Reference List: http://appliantology...reference-list/

Source: GE SxS GSS25JFMAWW




Great additions my broh! Ok, now who's gonna put together a Frigidaire Fridge survival kit? Volunteers?

must add this samsung made French Door GE manual

 

http://appliantology...service-manual/

Great tool and source of info, thanks for putting it together.  This info on the capacitors was very helpful a quick way to check board status vissually, what a bad capacitor will look like, (Durham contributed this info)

 

"http://en.m.wikipedi...apacitor_plague.

If youre new like me here is some info on what models were troubled with bad mutherboards.

http://appliantology...ffected-models/

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