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Freezer is properly cooling, refrigerator compartment is over 50 degrees. A repair person looked at the damper and said it isn't opening, ordered the part and put it in. Still doesn't open. I took the damper out and put everything back together. Fan is blowing strong. Refrigerator went to 20 degrees. Is the problem the main circuit board? GE Tech person replaced it 5 years ago. I'm handy, is it pretty easy to get to, remove and replace? Thanks guys!
My Kenmore Refrigerator Model 106.8576984 (GE? refrigerator 30 years old) has a damper that is stuck closed - refrigerator not cooling/evaporator fan replaced/no air from top vent. Freezer is fine and cools to 0 degrees. I believe it to be the reostat. What would be the OEMpart# or where can I find a replacement part? Thanks! Ron
Hi, in short, do I need to replace the Fresh Food Damper as well? My story so far: While we were away on vacation our GE Fridge Model:PCE23NHTCFSS SNo.SL423552 failed. We returned to a unit that when powered on there was no action from the fridge apart from the "HRS" light flashed on the temperature control panel in the fresh food section of the fridge. I have a Video of HRS light flashing, if required but for a start here is a photo ---> Hrslight.jpg Having a background in electronics and PCB repair I thought this may be a symptom of a failed power supply, having seen