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 Posted: Wed Jul 23rd, 2008 12:09 pm
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Only way to be 100% sure would be to call GE or e-mail them. Try using the # on the letterhead on the pdf Ms. Pegi posted.  good luck



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After getting the runaround for a couple of hours, I finally found somebody who could confirm that my Hotopint fridge is covered by this, Since I am out in the sticks, they wanted me to pay for an independent authorized repairman to diagnose the problem. I convinced them to overnight the part to me, and as others have said, the repair is very easy, and the part came with instructions.

Mine lasted 2 years. I hope the new board lasts much longer than that! As of now, everything works great. I am in the process of getting my temperature regulated, I froze my eggs and milk last night.:?

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the new board should have come with a instruction sheet showing a series of serial #'s starting with 2 letters...if your serial # starts with any of these you need to cut a wire loop in the thermistor circuit (the sheet shows the correct procedure) ...if you do not cut this it will freeze everything in the fridge and you won't be able to control the temp



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Poobah wrote: the new board should have come with a instruction sheet showing a series of serial #'s starting with 2 letters...if your serial # starts with any of these you need to cut a wire loop in the thermistor circuit (the sheet shows the correct procedure) ...if you do not cut this it will freeze everything in the fridge and you won't be able to control the temp

Yep, I saw that in the instructions. My refrigerator is not in those serial number ranges, and does not have that thermistor circuit.

I finally have the termperature stabilized. My eggs and milk are no longer frozen, and my ice maker is making plenty of ice.:)

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Glad you got it lined out..congrats on a good fix



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