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Old 10-05-2009, 11:45 PM
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Freezer is fine, refrigerator is too warm
my refrigerator is general electric and model nunber is GTS22WCMARWW
I WOULD LIKE TO HELP ME FIX IT THANK YOU
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Freezer is fine, refrigerator is too warm
my refrigerator is general electric and model nunber is GTS22WCMARWW
I WOULD LIKE TO HELP ME FIX IT THANK YOU
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Open the freezer door, and look at the back wall from the lowest shelf in the freezer, and see if there ia a frost build up on the back wall. If so, you need an ohm meter to first check the heater in the freezer. If the heater is good, it is most likely the motherboard. There is a defrost thermostat above the evaporator coil, if you want to check it 2, but it is usually the heater or the motherboard on your model. Tom ******************************************** - Parts
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Open the freezer door, and look at the back wall from the lowest shelf in the freezer, and see if there ia a frost build up on the back wall. If so, you need an ohm meter to first check the heater in the freezer. If the heater is good, it is most likely the motherboard. There is a defrost thermostat above the evaporator coil, if you want to check it 2, but it is usually the heater or the motherboard on your model. Tom ******************************************** - Parts
Can you send me the diagram of the ohm meter how to use it
and also if the is posible the picture or number of the part that i need
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Can you send me the diagram of the ohm meter how to use it
and also if the is posible the picture or number of the part that i need
How to Use an Ohmmeter - wikiHow Go to that website, and it will tell you how to use an ohm meter. Once you get the ohm meter, pull the back off of the freezer section, and on the bottom of the coil there is the heater mounted inside of a bracket. Take the 2 phillip head screws out that hold the bracket in place, and gently pull the wires off of each end, and then put you red meter lead on one terminal, and the black lead of your meter on the other terminal of the heater, and if your meter pointer moves it is good, and you would need to replace the motherboard, if it does not move, replace the heater. Also if you defrost the coil, with a blow dryer, you can get about 5 days of good cooling. Tom ******************************************** - Parts
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How to Use an Ohmmeter - wikiHow Go to that website, and it will tell you how to use an ohm meter. Once you get the ohm meter, pull the back off of the freezer section, and on the bottom of the coil there is the heater mounted inside of a bracket. Take the 2 phillip head screws out that hold the bracket in place, and gently pull the wires off of each end, and then put you red meter lead on one terminal, and the black lead of your meter on the other terminal of the heater, and if your meter pointer moves it is good, and you would need to replace the motherboard, if it does not move, replace the heater. Also if you defrost the coil, with a blow dryer, you can get about 5 days of good cooling. Tom ******************************************** - Parts
Hello, Sorry to keep bother you but i may a little with not experience in this ,
first i do not have ohm meter with a meter pointer my ohm meter is digital.
2 - when you refer to a (heater mounted inside a bracket) you talking about (heater def , Part number : AP2639820) OR (Heater conduction, Part Number : AP3189519) which one it is?
And also when you talking about replacing the motherboard you refer to (BOARD ASM MAIN CONTROL, Part Number :AP4436216)
I just want to understand completely. Thank you for put so much time by reading all this emails that are causing headache thank you for time

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Hello, Sorry to keep bother you but i may a little with not experience in this ,
first i do not have ohm meter with a meter pointer my ohm meter is digital.
2 - when you refer to a (heater mounted inside a bracket) you talking about (heater def , Part number : AP2639820) OR (Heater conduction, Part Number : AP3189519) which one it is?
And also when you talking about replacing the motherboard you refer to (BOARD ASM MAIN CONTROL, Part Number :AP4436216)
I just want to understand completely. Thank you for put so much time by reading all this emails that are causing headache thank you for time

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You are not bothering me. The heater is AP2639820. The motherboard is AP4436216. So if you set your digital meter on ohms, and put in lead on one end of the heater terminal, and the other meter lead on the other end of the heater terminal, and you get any reading on your digital meter, the heater is good. Tom ******************************************** - Parts
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Hi Tom,
I have the exact same fridge with the exact same problem! However I could not find the part number you recommended for the motherboard (AP4436216) in your previous post. I did find AP4297272 - is this an equivalent part to replace the GE Part WR55X10942?
Please advise.
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Hi Tom,
I have the exact same fridge with the exact same problem! However I could not find the part number you recommended for the motherboard (AP4436216) in your previous post. I did find AP4297272 - is this an equivalent part to replace the GE Part WR55X10942?
Please advise.
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Ray, that part number changes about every month. There is only one motherboard. Tom www.********************************************
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I have a similar problem with a GE GSS25JFMACC refrigerator. The Heater and defrost thermostat measure continuity. How do I check the Control board?
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I have a similar problem with a GE GSS25JFMACC refrigerator. The Heater and defrost thermostat measure continuity. How do I check the Control board?
If the both of those parts are bad, it is usually the motherboard. Tom ******************************************** - Parts
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