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GE Monogram Model ZJCS36NABLH


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#1 TMitchLV

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Posted 11 April 2008 - 04:01 PM

I hope somebody can help. I have this fridge in Mexico. When i left it worked fine and when i returned 3 months later it stopped working. The light comes on but there is no other sound. I took all the covers off and cant "see" anything that is wrong. I have power to the fridge and to all the switches when you close the doors. The defrost timer in the upper part has power to it but when i turn it so the power should go to the motor in the top the power is gone. Does anybody have any advice or i am looking for the repair manuel for this unit so i can start trouble shooting instead of pulling my hair out. :yikes:

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Posted 12 April 2008 - 01:05 AM

I'm not finding anything with that model number. Are you sure it's correct? If you bought it new in Mexico, then it may be that it's a Mexican model number and so not in the database that I use.

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Posted 12 April 2008 - 03:01 AM

The Model Number is ZICS36NALH. When i look it up for parts it is coming up ZICS36NASSLH. The fridge was purchased in the states and shipped down there. My house is out in the bonnies so getting a repair man out there is next to impossible so i am trying to repair it myself or i will have to get another one shipped down. I have went through it with a test light and and tried to find the problem but i dont know exactly how the power is supposed to run through it so i am stumped. 

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Posted 12 April 2008 - 04:58 AM

Does it have an electronic control ?

Check the model number again...

here's some info about the ZIC :

 

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Posted 12 April 2008 - 05:38 AM

Thanks for the diagram. I will have my care taker verify the model number again to make sure it is correct. If the lights come on and off when the door is opened but nothing else is working, any advice on where to start FIRST in finding the problem? I didnt find a main control borard for the unit. It has the dial inside the fridge to regulate the tempature and i was getting power to that but when i turned it to any setting and let it sit for awhile still nothing come on.




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