I had heavy frost build up in my GE PSS29NGNAWW freezer section. I have replaced the maun board and the defrost thermostat. I have measured the continuity for the good one and the bad one, they both measure almost zero ohm in room temperature Is my old thermostat good or bad? I thought it should have continuity at cold temp and none when gets warmer? Am I correct? But my problem still exist, The evaporator coils inside the freezer back panel buildup frost? I can turn on the heather manually from diagnostic menu (1 - 4).
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