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dimitri77565

GE Profile 42 & 48 Built in Refrigerator PSB42......

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Just replaced the Freezer evaporator fan motor, (for the 1st time) .  The factory manual, you can find in this site, shows the evaporator unit dropped

then turned upside down & to hang with a wire from top condenser.   I don't know about YOUR copper tubing skills , but if you force the tubing you will

more than likely get a kink.   I just dropped it far down enough to get a screw driver in between & rested it on the top  shelf.  Yes it was hard but i am used to working

blind or limited visibility.  Even then I had to be careful in putting it back in.  Keep in mind where all the wiring plugs go & how they are routed.  I have the CD which is

the same as the download at this site.  Had it on my iPad , old timers need help these days.

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Good tip, Dimitri.  Did you happen to take an purdy pitchers?

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I should have, forgot camera was in truck.  LOL could have had a v8!  I promise next I will.

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Anyone know the upgrade kit part number for the fresh food leaking on the PSB42LSRBBV? I remember having one to install about two years ago i'm in a situation where I need one again but can't locate that part number where.... :woot: HELP!!!!!

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Anyone know the upgrade kit part number for the fresh food leaking on the PSB42LSRBBV? I remember having one to install about two years ago i'm in a situation where I need one again but can't locate that part number where.... :woot: HELP!!!!!

Your posting your question in the wrong place to get a fast answer, so, let me help ya little bit.

 

go here-------------> http://appliantology.org/forum/4-the-kitchen-appliance-repair-forum/

Click, Start New Topic, located right hand side of page, halfway down side

ATTENTION: Topics posted with the Model Number IN THE TITLE will receive priority attention!

And get answer lickettie split

Also need to check this out----------->http://appliantology.org/concierge/faq.html

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