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    • Part Number: AP3186598
    • MFG Part Number: WR09X10050
    • Made by: GE
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I have a problem with my refrigeration. Sometimes it will run properly: meaning it helps keep my fridge cold... all the dairy is fine, and sometimes it just doesn't produce enough cooling where it gets my milk rotten and my drinks warm, and cheese moldy. I know that only the bottom of my refrigeration, the "produce section" is the coldest. The 3/4 top portion is just too warm. I do not know what the problem is.. What could I do to fix this problem?

Jacky for Model Number GSH25JSRF General Electric

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Input to freezer cold but fresh food not cold: I had the same problem and after reading the various related questions and answers I decided to do the following. I shut down and unplugged the refrigerator/freezer and let the refrigerator drop to room temperature which took about 4 hours with both doors open. Note: we put the food on the back deck since it was below freezing that day. While the appliance was off I removed the damper assembly and found it stuck in the closed position. I then manually opened and closed the damper assembly a number of times then reinstalled it. I then restarted the appliance and it has been working correctly for about a week now. I also noticed that the refrigerator compressor does not run as much as it did before which I guess might make sense. Anyway, I have been expecting the damper assembly to fail again but, knock on wood, its still doing well after a week.

Bill C for Model Number GSS22IBPHWW

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How do i go to the appliance pros to help put in the parts ? I forgot the area to go to, to install the new parts

Sandra G for Model Number hss25gfpcww

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I purchased a AASM Cover FF Inlet Kit Part WR49X10091 because refrigerator was making loud clicking noise from fresh food section of refrigerator. Upon emptying fridge to replace part, noticed the Custom cool area appears to have a part that may also include a damper. Is there also a damper in this section and if so what is the damper part for that area?

Dave for Model Number PSS27SGRB SS

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The lower part of my refrigerator and freezer are cooling but the upper half of both is not cooling. I have replaced the board ASM main control.

Lisa for Model Number HSS22IFMBWW

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Coils freezing up...frig not cooling...checked continuity of heater/it's fine...checked continuity of coil thermastat/it's fine...what else could it be that I could quickly check before buying an entire circuit board/the board was replaced 3 and one-half years ago? frig is 8 yrs old...thanks!

Ernest for Model Number GSS25WGPD WW

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Hello, I'm French and I need your advice about a problem on my refrigerator. The fresh food side begin to be freeze in the low of section. The damper opening when I increase temperature on thermostat of freezer and so on thermostat of fresh food section, but I don't understand why when the compressor is stopped and I increase thermostat of freezer, the damper begin opening when normally, it should to be closed. Many thanks.

Lionel for Model Number GSG 20IEMBFWW

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Follow-up to this: Freezer cold - refrig not. Not defrost problem. New motherboard, new thermistors, thermostat/heater checks out. Damper isn't opening. When I open it manually, it cools - stays open for a while, then closes and does not appear to open again on its own. With door closed, refrig stays at 52-54 degrees. New thermistor - getting 9.975K ohms @ 54 degrees. At 32 degrees ice water), 15.4K ohms. Also, the readout atop the door doesn't come on when the door is opened. Not even when the door switch is flipped. Does come on when you touch any of the "colder/warmer" controls. Any relation between the two issues. Also, when I opened the damper door manually, started to get clicking/chirping from what appears to be fan compressor motor. I realize it is probably two entirely separate issues but is there any possible relation there? As of now, clicking/chirping is pretty constant without regard to damper door. Jim for Model Number GSS22SGRF Answer Jim, Are you checking the resistances at the main control board ( white/ yellow, and blue/white wires) The refrigerator thermistor sends the signal to the main board, the main board sends the signal to the damper motor to make it run, until the switches open or close to stop the motor. You'll want to check the connections and wires to the damper assembly, and replace the damper WR09X10050, if all appears OK. Follow-up: Checking he resistance at the J1 plug - 5 and 2,3,4. I purchased new damper and installed. Still have the problem. Interesting issue: The gasket for the new damper didn't hold (yes I removed the backing) and the damper fell out. With no damper, cold air flows in (obviously) and the temp on the refrig side goes as low as upper twenties but from time to time gets as high as the low fifties. ?? When heater comes on?? And - freezer is generally cold but water is gathering at bottom and freezing. Same thing inside ice bin. ?? And still would like to know why readout inside top of door frame doesn't come on without pressing colder/warmer. Is this a clue to...anything?

Jim for Model Number GSS22SGRFSS

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Freezer cold - refrig not. Not defrost problem. New motherboard, new thermistors, thermostat/heater checks out. Damper isn't opening. When I open it manually, it cools - stays open for a while, then closes and does not appear to open again on its own. With door closed, refrig stays at 52-54 degrees. New thermistor - getting 9.975K ohms @ 54 degrees. At 32 degrees ice water), 15.4K ohms. Also, the readout atop the door doesn't come on when the door is opened. Not even when the door switch is flipped. Does come on when you touch any of the "colder/warmer" controls. Any relation between the two issues. Also, when I opened the damper door manually, started to get clicking/chirping from what appears to be fan compressor motor. I realize it is probably two entirely separate issues but is there any possible relation there? As of now, clicking/chirping is pretty constant without regard to damper door.

Jim for Model Number GSS22SGRF

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My GE gets freezed in the fresh food section, can I use both sections as freezer for good.? Will it make the refrigerator die soon?

Le Ngo for Model Number GE side by side

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