One more thought. I am a right brain mode more than left brain. So we just replaced the refrigerator thermistors today and the temperatures shot up on that side and refuse to come down. 70 ugh. That panel just ignores me.
I'm thinking maybe that the method we used to connect the new thermistors are the problem and not the parts. We used the Butt Splice to connect the two and maybe, just maybe we don't have a good connection? I'm thinking it wouldn't hurt to go in and redo all the connections with another method before we throw in the towel.
I heard wire nut and some kind of sealant. What kind of sealant? And then there was bell connectors and silicone. Which is best for the uninformed?
DH says I can NOT buy any more parts or call a technician and spend any more money. He is willing to redo the connections though. He wants to buy a new fridge that is NOT a GE.