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GE PSC25PSSCss service manual

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Looking for the service manual for my GE Profile fridge - Duel evaporator with inverter driven compressor.

MOOcho tanks in advance. ;)

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OK how about this. This GE fridge has a WR55X10156 circuit board. A sequence of operation would be handy dandy. Trying to determine if the freezer fan should ever stop running besides in a prechill mode or defrost.

Thanks much

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[user=3641]RegUS_PatOff[/user] wrote:

&%^$#&&^##  GE model numbers ..

I found this somewhat similar GE Fridge with the Dual Evaporators / Inverter Compressor,

but it uses a different Inverter / Compressor.

(The manufacturer has replaced part number wr55x10156 with this item, part number WR49X10152.)

Both use the WR49X10152 MotherBoard

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Agreed, change motherboard. :D

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Part link to the Muthaboard.

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Thanks for the manual. It just kills me not to know how something is supposed to work.

The fridge has not malfunctioned since I pulled the board looking for a bad capacitor or resistor that I could replace (Fixed my $200 control board on a jennair double oven with a 5 cent capacitor).

Maybe it was just a bad connection to the board....

Keepin my fingers crossed.

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