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bogreen

GE Refrigerator Model #PSC23SGRC-SS

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Hi,

I'm going to look at this refrigerator on Friday.

Thought I'd solicit ideas from you wonderful techs before I get there, so I can

maybe arrive with the part needed to get the job done in one trip, which isn't happening much

these days.

The customer says the dispensers stopped working last week and now the whole display

has gone dead.

I know it's probably the dispenser board, but it also has one of the common motherboards

on the back and I know alot goes through there as well.

Ideas?

Thanks,

Bruce

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Need appliance parts? Call 877-803-7957 now!

Bring a dispencer board. Unplug the old board, check for power at the plug. If the plug has a any volts, install new board.

If no power at the plug...a dispencer board is not your problem.

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Check the wire harness connector plug at the bottom hinge of the freezer door. If it's corroded and boogared up, you'll probably need to re-spice it.

Dispenser board part link, if needed ==> http://www.repaircli...ber=PSC23SGRCSS

Dispenser-Control-Board-WR55X10415-01010914.jpg

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Thank you Fermented Grand Master,

Indeed, it was the connector under the hinge. One of the wires was broken.

Thanks again,

Bruce

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