Whatever is cycling is inside the refrigerator itself and sounds like it is inside the control box. I believe that it is the damper that is cycling. Can I easily remove the control box?
Answer Hi Mike. On the top lt. side of the controls are 2-side screws. The one in the back is longer and is a challenge to get back in. Then you remove the water filter cover and the hidden screw there that reaches to the front. There are 3- screws behind the top controls. Then you un hook the electrical connector on the side in the center. The damper is part # 241600902. Make sure you seal the damper to the side wall good. Thank You.
I removed all (4) screws from this box control/cover, but there is still some resistance and I am nervous about forcing it. The issue is that the fan takes about a dozen tries to start up and seems to be cycling quite often. Thanks.
Answer Mike, There are no fan(s) in the control or control box. The evaporator fan 5303918549 is located in the freezer compartment, you will need to remove everything in the freezer and remove the freezer back wall to access it. The condenser fan motor 5303918635 is located on the back of the refrigerator,inside the compressor compartment, behind the lower access panel. You most likely have a faulty evaporator fan motor. Thanks and good Luck