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 Posted: Fri Sep 25th, 2009 03:16 pm
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bogreen
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Hi,
This unit has not defrosted in about a month the customer says.

The coils are clogged with ice. I'm going to replace the heaters and the thermostat. Found that to be the problem usually on this box.

One other problem, though. I went to turn the unit off at the control and all the way down to "0" it just kept running. I couldn't get it to turn off.

Sound like replacing the main computer board might be in order??

Thanks in advance,
Bruce in L.A.

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 Posted: Sun Sep 27th, 2009 11:13 pm
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This sounds like the control board since the compressor does not stop when you go to 0, but you may want to do some more troubleshooting.

1. Do the standard thermistor check.  If ok, proceed.

2. Check defost system -
One common method is to short J9 to J11 on the motherboard and see if the coils defrost.  Since you say the compressor may not be turning off, you may want to disconnect it for this test.  If the coils defrost, the problem is the control board.

If you want to try something a little more advanced, you could use a flowchart we created to troubleshoot the motherboard here:
http://www.fixyourboard.com/techzone/refrigerators/ge_fridge_nodefrost/defrostflow.html
This method requires a thermistor tool that you will have to make.

Good luck,
Alex
http://www.fixyourboard.com


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