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BMDUBS

Member Since 25 Oct 2011
Offline Last Active Jul 22 2013 10:53 PM

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In Topic: GE Profile PDS22SBSLSS noisy fan/warm top and bottom

19 July 2013 - 09:49 PM

Durhanm, not too sure what you are getting at? If it is that you think I should have added to my original post for a different problem then my bad. I elected to start a new thread as the problem is totally different then I experienced before.

 

Needless to say, since I have done the service mode defrost, all seems to be fine today so i will keep an eye on it...


In Topic: GE Profile PDS22SBSLSS noisy fan/warm top and bottom

18 July 2013 - 10:22 PM

I got into test mode and ran the manual defrost and I got 3-4 cups of water out. When the fridge reset, I heard the compressor come on and the fridge sounded normal. I am assuming there may have been some ice that the evaporator fan was rubbing on causing the noise? I will wait and see what happens to the temps as they are still around 57/27


In Topic: GE PDS22SBSLSS Issue

07 February 2012 - 07:41 PM

Ok so it seems that the fridge and frezer have reached 33/0 degrees respectivley but the compressor and the fan in the back are still running. This damn thing hasnt run is soo long that I dont remember how long it used to run for?

After the refrigerator reaches the desired temperature, how long should the compressor and fan normally run for?

In Topic: GE PDS22SBSLSS Issue

07 February 2012 - 03:07 PM

Ok So I finnaly got around to replacing the main board. I found that both the fans are working on the fridge. I set the fridge to Turbo cool and the freezer is showing a temp of 62 degrees after about 30-45 mins since I plugged the fridge back in. How long should it take to cool both compartments down to normal temps from warm?

In Topic: GE PDS22SBSLSS Issue

28 January 2012 - 07:54 PM

Ok, after endless communication with GE they ultimatley refused to help me as I am located in Canada after confirming my fridge is covered under the warranty. They would not send the parts accross the border even if I paid for the shipping :mad:

GE Canada has sold all its service to a third party company called Mabe where I cant even get out of an automated system to speak to a human being! just got the run around in other words. I said to myself when I started this that these systems are designed to wear you out and give up so I was not going to. After 3 months of dicking around, thats it. I am forced to pay GE close to $500 for an evaporator fan and new mother board.

I swear to god I will never buy another GE product and will urge everyone I know not to either as their out sourcing (poor quality parts)and poor/non existent customer service is enough to drive one mad! /rant

Can anyone suggest a good online source where I can get these parts for a more reasonable rate? Ebay looks like my only choice right now...


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