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Ge Refer Mod#PFS22MISBWW isnt cooling


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#1 deezus

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 09:56 AM

When I first looked at unit compressor wasn't running and neither was condenser fan.I replaced the board as it wasn't sending proper voltage to the condenser fan. Condenser fan came right on, but compressor would click. So I replaced PTC and unit started working normally. I checked temps for about ten minutes in freezer and fridge there were dropping fast and ice was forming on evaporator. I get a call this morning saying refer isn't cooling again. I am thinking bad PTC maybe again as I have gotten 1 lately that was bad from factory, but if it isn't any ideas where to look? Thanks.

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 03:13 PM

It depends on what you see when you go back. Did you follow the instruction sheet that came with the new mutha board?
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Let us know if the compressor is not running again or whatever else you see.




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