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Old 05-21-2013, 08:13 PM
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News, I replaced the motor which had a thermistol connected to it. Also, the new circuit board was installed easily. (6 hours
The temp plummeted to 10 below zero after 3 hours, then started climbing upward after. Now it is 10 degrees above zero!!
What is going on!! please assist!

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Did you follow the directions with the new board and clip the thermistor wire going to the board?
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Great information. Thanks for sharing. One question to ask, Can one repair the motors and motherboards at home without seeking any professional help from Heating repair professionals and HVAC certified professionals?
I did it all by myself, and youtube, and constant prayer. I did not know if I was going to get it all back together or not. But yes it was done with mentioned above and about 5 minute conversation with the man I bought the motor from.
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I think a lot of times the DIY'ers are not given enough credit. Got to remember a lot of DIY'ers maybe in similar trades as us and are able to read and understand our diagrams just fine and for the ones who can't we are more then happy to help.

Our appliance repair forum is a community of both tradesman and DIY'ers, people helping people.
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Is this info only for GE, or are there any other nameplates that it is relevant for?
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Boy, my evaporator coil was all iced up too, replace the heater element and thermostat, ended up being the motherboard. It was controlled electronically. All working fine now.
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