GSS20IEMBWW. I found that the evap fan was not running so I replaced the fan motor and it still did not work. I called one of my buddies that is a GE tech and he said to change the main board. I changed the main board today and the compressor wouldn't even kick on and I waited for a good 35 min because i thought that it may be in defrost mode or something. I put a jumper wire between comp and L1 at the board and the compressor fired right up which means its not the compressor. I then put the old board back in and it did not start up then either(compressor or evap fan). I'm lost on this one looking for some guidence. When I jump the comp to L1 and the compressor kicks on, should the evap fan start up too? Why is the compressor not kicking on under normal operation?
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