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philcheck

GE GSS201EPA SERVICE MANUAL NEEDED

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philcheck

REF AIR DAMPER PROBLEMS==REF WARM FREZ OK PC,DAMPER AND THERMISTERS REPLACED..NO FROST BUILD UP ,GOOD FAN

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philcheck   
philcheck

LF2     YOU MEAN I HAVE TO READ THE INSTRUCTIONS?   :woot:

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RegUS_PatOff

LF2  

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philcheck   
philcheck

THATS GOT TO BE IT....THE WORDING ON THE SHEET LEADS YOU TO BELIEVE THAT IT APPLIES ONLY TO "ALL BOTTOM FREEZER MODELS..WITH ENCODER MODELS WITH THE FOLLOWING SERIAL NUMBERS  ETC ETC ETC"  WHEN IN FACT ITS "ALL BOTTOM FREEZER MODELS  AND ALL OTHER ENCODERS MODELS WITH THE FOLLOWING SERIAL NUMBER"    UGH...DRIVES ME CRAZY!!! :woot:  :wacko:  :pint1:

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Spannerwrench   
Spannerwrench

There's only one instance which there needs to wires cut.

If the refrigerator main board is mounted vertically (as shown below), AND there are wires in both

pin 1 and pin 2 of J1, Cut the wire in J1 pin 2.

Note: When cutting the wire, leave enough wire to reconnect if necessary!

Taken from this pointer.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/m7s72q1o46d47ix/Main%20Board%20Replacement%20Pin2%20cutting%20jumper%20wire%20clipped%20Gss22%20gss25%20hss22%20hss25.pdf

Edited by Spannerwrench

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