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GE dual evap refer problems. PCF25PGTABB

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GE Dual evaporator model not holding temp in refrigerator, running around 50 degrees. Heading out monday and wanted some ideas. First dual evap model i have seen. My initial thought is thermistors but shoot me with some more ideas. THis thing looks like its gonna be a pain.

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Could be FF evap fan

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anyone able to get the manual for me? Thanks

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There is a comparable manual in these archives probably under a different model number that should cover the basics.  Check the fresh food evaporator for heavy overfrosting.  There is a dc evaporator fan motor that is part of the fresh food evaporator cover.  The three most common problems I've found with this design are the f/f evaporator sensor, located at the rear base of the coil.  And like Brother Nick advised, that evaporator fan motor.  And of course, that everlovin' motherboard. 

 

It seems that every time I come across one of these with the frosted f/f evap, I'll break out the shotgun and replace all three afore mentioned components. 

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Thanks guys!

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