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 Posted: Wed Sep 3rd, 2008 09:13 am
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GE Profile Arctic refrigerator, MOD# PSS25SGNA BS     SER# HD441509.  This fridge is freezing things in the produce drawer. This is the 2nd drawer from the bottom.  The rest of the fresh food compartment and the other 2 drawers at 38 F.   The customer stated that lightning struck near the house last weekend and the fridge quit working.  They had had someone change the control board and now this problem is occurring.  I noticed cool air flowing in from the air return but when I push the door switch the 12v fan in the fresh food side starts and the back flow of air stops.  I am not sure what else to check, the evap fan, the 12volt fan and the control board all work.
 
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here is the parts breakdown...I would start with the custom cool thermistor (#947)...probably gone bad..good  luck

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Found it.  It was a broken damper in the Styrofoam air housing behind the shelving.



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Domos for the update, Bimbob. Glad you got 'er done! :rockband::dazzler:



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