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Posted 25 June 2008 - 05:07 AM

Ohayo Gozaimasu;

    I have one of the dreaded GE side by sides. I have recently had issues with the evaporator coils frosting over, and my beer kept getting warm :X . Since the evap motor was humming and whistling, I replaced it, and thought that my warm beer issues were resolved, after weeks of cold microbrews and the occasional cold PBR. The coil has now frosted over again, and my beer is once again warm:yikes:. So, let's talk about defrost mechanisms. The evaporator stops running for regular intervals, leading me to believe that the evil prohibitionist gremlins that live in my freezer are trying to defrost, but that the defrost heater might not be working? Anyone know if this is one of the dreaded "muthaboard" scenarios? What do I need to replace, so that I can be guaranteed cold beer :D until something else breaks on this three year old gem of a glorified cooler?


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Posted 25 June 2008 - 05:51 AM

Defrost Heater = 22 OHMS

Defrost Thermostat Switch - is it bulged ?

Evaporator Thermistor = J1-4, J1-5 check chart

 

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