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anne grimm 01-07-2013 07:47 AM

Clicking in GE bottom freezer fridge
 
My fridge started clicking for long periods about a month ago. Maybe more. Recently it became an all day event. Fridge started to get warm and now I have unplugged it and removed everything that was inside. I saw another post that was like this. It mentioned looking at the back of the motherboard for bad soldering. I can't seem to remove the motherboard. Maybe it isn't even the problem.

richappy 01-07-2013 09:33 AM

You need to remove the wiring from the motherboard and squeeze each nylon retainer with pliers to release it, then board will come out.

anne grimm 01-08-2013 04:28 AM

I took off the back cover at bottom of fridge. There is a copper tube like thing that has a wire coming out and it looks rotted, all greenish and fuzzy. right where the wire meets the metal. Am I allowed to post a photo?

anne grimm 01-08-2013 10:05 AM

never mind had a guy come over, says the computer board is toast

anne grimm 01-09-2013 07:01 AM

okay question. Repair guy comes over, hasn't had a whole lot of experience with my type of fridge..plugs in the fridge and the clicking starts again so he says, it's the mainboard, needs a new one..he took it off and checked it over, nothing amiss but still says it is the mainboard..should I just accept this?
I feel like a woman at a mechanic shop..I don't know enough about cars to doubt what I am told.


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