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    • Part Number: AP3875639
    • MFG Part Number: WR60X10185
    • Made by: GE
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How can you tell if your refrigerant evaporator motor wiring has a thermister or not ? GE Model # GSS25QGSAWW Serial # GH409135

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How can you tell if your refrigerator evaporator motor wiring has a thermistor or not?

Gabriel for Model Number gss251fpcww

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If an evaporator motor is noisy but the freezer seems to be working ok, can I wait until the evaporator motor quits completely if I am willing to put up with the noise?

Ted H. for Model Number GSS25WGPD CC

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My freezer is running normally but my fridge is running low temperature? HELP

Laura for Model Number Hotpoint Side by Side

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This part says compatible w my fridge, yet it has 4 wires and the harness in my fridge now is only 3 wires. (I have a random squealing noise coming from the motor area). Thanks

Cynthia for Model Number Hss25gfpj

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I have intermittent problems with my refrigerator warming. Freezer stays cold. Checked evaporator fan and noticed it was not working. After unplugging refrigerator and playing with the fan to see how it was mounted, I put it back together and it began to work. It seems to ramp and it did quit once and I was able to restart it by spinning the fan, although I could not stop it using my finger. After reading some of your posts I have checked the red & white leads to fan at main board (J2 & J8) and voltage is steady at 13.4 volts. fan has not quit but does still ramp at times. I see from wiring diagram that there is a lead marked RPM and am not sure if that can be checked to troubleshoot. From my description does it sound like I need to replace main board, evaporator fan or both?

Frustrated for Model Number PDCS1NCYARSS

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I have a GE side by side refrigerator model # PSS26SGRDSS I started having an issue where the freezer temp would rise up to 19 to 20 degrees and not go back down. I replaced the main board, defrost sensor, defrost heater and the temp sensor that is clamped onto the evaporator tubing (beside the defrost sensor). Every time I unplug and leave the freezer unplugged for 20 to 30 minutes then plug it back in everything works fine, it cools down to zero, remains there for about 24 hours then starts rising back up to around 12 to 19°. During the time it is cooling down the evaporator fan seems to be blowing properly once it cools down and when it starts rising back up the evaporator fan does not appear to be blowing or running any suggestions

David for Model Number PSS26SGRD SS

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Freezer side sounds like fan motor is ramping up and down. I noticed in another question you suggested that this is the characteristic of a faulty mother board. Temp seems consistent throughout freezer and there is no excessive frost. Before I buy a new mother board, I would like to completely rule out the possibility of a bad evap fan. Thank you

Zeb for Model Number GSH25JFTACC

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When evaporator fan goes off it doesn't come back on by itself. I touch the fan blades then it goes back on. I have to do that each time it goes off. Would that just be the evaporator fan or circuit board? Thank You, Joe

Joe for Model Number HSM25GFRA SA

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Loud howling occurs most often in the evening after dinner. Appears to be coming from freezer. Goes on for quite awhile. Waxes and wanes like a banshee. Very annoying. Some on the forum have suggested mother board. Other places I've read evaporator fan motor. Another problem is the back of the fridge is hard to get to so if several parts need to be or probably should be changed at once, now's the time. Ideas are most welcome and then i'll order the parts and give it a go.

Rick for Model Number GE GSL25KGRBS

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