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GE Frige PFS22SBSBSS not cooling


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#21 electro_doc

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Posted 18 November 2013 - 11:24 PM

at one point he said voltage to the fan was 13.6 volts.  If this is the case then wouldn't you just replace the fan motor?  Of course checking it with the batery would be the way to double check that the fan is bad.  So what am I missing here?



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Posted 18 November 2013 - 11:38 PM

yeah, the voltage between the red and white leads of the cable assembly, which connects to the fan is 13.6 volts. 

 

But I accidentally took apart the three leads (red, white and pink) from the connector. I don't know how they were assembled. Is there a way to find the connection diagram?

 

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Posted 19 November 2013 - 08:40 AM

which connector?  from the board,  check out the video.  If at the motor, can't you match it with the wire location on the matching connector?   yellow to pink.. red to red,  blue to blue and white to white?  If you can't see the colors on the connector coming out of the fridge which connects to the fan motor,  you can do a continuity test at each position to the j2 board connector


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