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GE Profile PZS25KSECFSS Both Refrigerator and Freezer Not Cooling

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I have tested the inverter connection on the motherboard, it is between 5.0 - 5.50 VDC and is the same at the inverter plug.  I have disconnected the power and unplugged the inverter board plug from the compressor and I get 7.6-7.8 ohms on for all pin tests.  Both the condenser and evaporative fans are running and the condenser has been cleaned.  The compressor is running.  I have replaced the inverter board since the motherboard voltage seems to be in the 4-6 range and compressor resistance test, from what I have read so far is in range as well.  I plugged the refrigerator back in and has been running for 3 hours but still doesn't seem to be cooling.


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4 hours ago, curtismob said:

The compressor is running. 

Compressor running and no cooling is most likely a sealed system issue.  You can double check by looking at the evaportor or evaporators for frost. 

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Assuming you waited 24 hours and compressor is actually running and unit is not cooling it will tell us you have somewhat of a sealed system,  bad compresser or leak in you sealed system,  

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Just plugged it back in to run for 24 hours (8:34pm 11/21/2020), but I'm guessing it is done.  I ran the diagnostic test that runs everything at 100% for an hour and there was no cooling at all.  

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6 hours ago, curtismob said:

Benn running for 12+ hours, still not cooling at all in fridge and freezer.

Sadly sounds like you need your sealed system checked out and maybe a bad compressor 

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