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New Appliance Service Manual added: GE Training Video: Testing and Replacing Thermistors in GE Refrigerators

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File Name: GE Training Video: Testing and Replacing Thermistors in GE Refrigerators

File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man

File Submitted: 08 Aug 2012

File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper

GE Training Video: Testing and Replacing Thermistors in GE Refrigerators

A great little training video from GE on testing and replacing the thermistors in their refrigerators. Well worth watching!

This video gives a basic tutorial for diagnosing the electronic control board, or "muthaboard," used in GE refrigerators.


Thermistor testing and replacing, including how to make proper splices.

Fan testing.

Compressor testing.

Defrost system testing.

Click here to download this file

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