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r4fun2000

GE GSL25JFXJLB Refrigerator or GSL25 series

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Overload keeps tripping.  I replaced the overload, relay and capacitor - still trips. Compressor checks out fine.  I'm thinking it might be something related to the motherboard inputs or outputs.  I've read a little on other models where the ice dispenser is the culprit - which is found by disconnecting that connection to the board.

 

I need the manual for guidance here.   Thanks.

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Need appliance parts? Call 877-803-7957 now!

Well, it's not the muthaboard.  The compressor has become a hard starter.  This can be difficult to prove analytically without some fancy-pants equipment like a megger.  But based on the symptoms you describe in this unit, the compressor is on its way to the great beer cooler in the sky.  

 

Can't find a manual for this one but here's the tech sheet:  http://appliantology.org/files/file/789-ge-25-cu-ft-sxs-refrigerator-mini-manual-gsl25/

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... Overload keeps tripping.  

... I replaced the overload, relay and capacitor

correct part numbers ?

 

WR07X10131

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WR62X79

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