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herfdog

Member Since 16 Mar 2010
Offline Last Active Jul 16 2014 06:20 PM

Posts I've Made

In Topic: Frigidaire PHSC39EGSS0

14 May 2014 - 10:09 AM

The lines haven't been reversed so its the diode. Thanks for the advice.


In Topic: GE dbl, oven ZET2S0L1SS runaway temps both ovens

24 March 2014 - 05:17 PM

Thanks


In Topic: GE fridge CSCP5UGXCFSS

19 November 2013 - 11:04 AM

Thanks for clarifying. It wouldn't be the kit you mentioned earlier, would it?


In Topic: GE fridge CSCP5UGXCFSS

16 November 2013 - 09:00 AM

I also emailed a question to a Ge trainer regarding these problematic dual evaps and their slight rise in temps in the ff section. He indicated that there have been problems with the ff evap and the sealing of the evap cover. He said to replace them both and that they came together as a kit. I could not find a part number for the kit and never did a follow-up. Maybe replacing both, kit or not, is a way to proceed. I have yet to find someone to try it and report.

Replace the evaporator?


In Topic: GE fridge CSCP5UGXCFSS

14 November 2013 - 07:36 PM

What is the actual temperature in the freezer? If it's much above 0F, then we have a sealed system or condenser issue.

If you have 0F in the freezer, then we have an air flow problem.

Accurate temperature measurements in both compartments is always the starting point in refrigerator diagnosis.

Actual freezer temp was zero.

 

Which part of the evaporator has the good frost pattern, freezer side or fresh food?  The DC fan motor built into the fresh food evaporator cover should be running regardless.  There must be some frost buildup around the evaporator passage through the mullion that would cause moisture to accumulate in the area indicated.

I didn't look at the freezer since it was holding set temp. I just saw even frost on fresh food evap, no build up.

 

I guess it could be the "ice ball" air flow issue even though I didn't see an ice ball forming. I'll look into that and the thermistors. Thanks to all of you for your replies. Does anyone know how to run diagnostic mode on this unit?



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