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Old 11-07-2016, 08:30 AM
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Not seeing any replies, I've taken a chance and ordered a replacement temperature sensor. The heating coil has continuity. I guess if the sensor doesn't do it, I'll need a new main board.

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I'm afraid it would not fix the problem. The evaporator fan motor operates by the adaptive defrost control and looks like this part caused all problems.
Replaced the ADC last week and everything seems to be working. Food in the freezer are frozen and no leaks from the icemaker. Also, no more frost on the back panel and the motor is kicking in like it used to. Maybe it's just me being a little paranoid but the fridge part feels like it can be cooler but we'll see.

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The freezer was at 11 degrees and the refrigerator was 71 today the compressor was running the evaporator fan was not. By the time I got all the stuff out of the way to get to the fan motor the motor had started turning a few revolutions every now and them with the control panel set to off. After I unplugged the unit and checked that the motor turned freely and had continuity, when plugged back in the fan ran and still is several hours later. Am I correct in assuming that this will be in the main board?
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Sounds more like a fan problem to me.
Once the fan warmed up it runs OK.
May also have been some moisture in the fan but I would replace it anyways rather than take a chance.
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Just to add my 2 cents...

Post the complete model number of the refrigerator if you need the correct part number for the fan motor.
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You hit it right on the head. It quit again a few days later and I verified voltage and the motor was open untill it warmed up.
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Im having the same symptoms with my Whirlpool GSC25C6EYB01. everything checks out fine. What I have noticed is that the baffle (top left towards the back) keeps opening and closing non-stop 24/7. This restricts and also allows the cool air to come in. I believe this is my problem as this does not seem normal to me. Please help!!!!!!

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Answered here: Baffle between freezer and refrigerator keeps opening/closing
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hi I got a Samsung refrigerator and the freezer works but the refrigerator is warm and have ice in the back, tech already installed new heater element but there is still ice.
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