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jim1872003

Member Since 03 Oct 2007
Offline Last Active Mar 16 2012 01:53 AM

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GE bottom freezer

14 February 2010 - 02:11 PM

Model: PDS22MBRAWW

Condenser fan motor was not running at first. Main board wr55x10942 was replaced. No wires were cut on J1 connector. (this model didn't have a wire in Pin 2 at all, no loops either) The fridge manuf. date is 2004. Cond. fan motor started running again. After 24 hours the temp. in the freezer went down to 0F, the fresh food is at 67F. As if the board doesn't care about the fresh food thermistor. There is no frost in the freezer. If you set the unit into forced 100% run-time mode, it cools the ref. part within 2 hours to 37F.

The only problem with the old board was that condenser fan motor wasn't running and it kept overheating. It did however hold the temp at the target temp.

Had anybody ever experienced that?

I've heard about a similar problem on a SxS model without a fresh food fan GSS22 before.

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