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    • Part Number: AP3186598
    • MFG Part Number: WR09X10050
    • Made by: GE
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How does the damper operate in this fridge?

Barry for Model Number HSS25GFPAWW

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When the damper door between the freezer & fridge opens, it either makes a whirring type noise or a loud clacking. I've taken the plastic cover off to reveal the damper inside the refrigerator. I can now see the little damper door & this helped me to track the sound. However, I'm still not entirely sure what's wrong. Would having a bad little door/damper cause these sounds or is it something with the motor that moves the damper/door? With the whole new assembly part, it does not seem that it would contain the mechanism for opening & closing the door. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

Stacey for Model Number gss22wgm

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I purchased a used GE Monogram and have not installed it. It's in my living room so I plugged it in to test it. With warm ambient temps (85F) the freezer temp is lower (-8F) than set temp (0F) and the refrigerator temp (57F) is higher than set temp (36F), all shown by the digital readout in the refrigerator. This condition went away when the ambient room temp lowered, approx. 15 F. The digital refrigerator and freezer temp seems to be correct, not an error in readout. How can I fix this condition without keeping ambient temp at 70F?

Fred S for Model Number Monogram-ZIC360N

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I have a GE side by side GS25SGPASS that the freezer stays at 0 degrees or below but the fridge stays between 45 and 50 degrees or warmer even at the coldest temperature setting. I noticed that the evaporative coils in the freezer look great (frosted but not frozen). The fridge is running constantly. I do notice the damper door is operating funny. it will randomly close and open, but mostly stay close. I have stuck a bottle in the damper door so it remains open and notice that the fridge will get to the desired 32 to 39 degrees but goes back to 50 degrees when removing the bottle and allowing the door to open and close. I have changed out the main control board and thermistors but doing the same thing. I do notice when I open the frdige door the damper is closed and when i play with the door (light) switch i notice the damper door will open up but will close a 5 or 10 minutes later. Do i have a defective damper or temperature control board (aka user control and display board) defective? Are there any test I can do with a DMM the temperature control board or damper to determine if they are indeed defective? By the way i did do a diagnostic test where i set my temp control board to 1 & 0 and the damper does open for a few seconds and then close as specified. What do you think?

Kim for Model Number GSS25SGPASS

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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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