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 Posted: Tue Nov 3rd, 2009 04:16 pm
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You can make this in a few minutes, it might save you a lot of time if you work on GE refrigerators. A quick way to diagnose the most common motherboard-related set of failures we have been seeing.

http://www.fixyourboard.com/techzone/refrigerators/ge_fridge_testload/ge_fridge_testload.html

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Wow, thanks for this DIY tool! I'm gonna save this link.



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Your welcome! Let us know if it weeds out any tough ones...

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More very helpful info from the Appliance Guru site.

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I had seen this a year or so ago and had planned on trying it and never did. Now that I have some additional free time on my hands I think I will give it a go. Thanks for the post!



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Has anyone else used the jumper to check the defrost system? I have been using it and now also change all sensors in the unit to the new style.

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