To the Dojo,
I have addressed the original customer complaints: no evaporator fan, finding a burnt out single-barrel heater inside the evaporator compartment. Fired the fridge back up; fans, but no compressor.
Pulled compressor cover, and felt no compressor activity. Back at the board, I measured 120 VAC with connections at the compressor/line circuit; no such voltage down at said compressor. Relay and overload both had enough resistance to be a problem; also, and the reason for my query, the wiring harness for the compressor and water valve has resistance in both line and neutral lines.
This isn't the first GE muthaboard fridge I have found with current-resistanct wiring. Does anyone in the Dojo know the part number for the wiring harness? Am I looking at rewiring that area? Is anyone, particularly Brother Durham, finding similar problems in the field? Critical comments and snide remarks welcome; after all, I'm marrying a redhead.
Thanks in advance,