How can you tell if your refrigerant evaporator motor wiring has a thermister or not ? GE Model # GSS25QGSAWW Serial # GH409135
You will need to remove the back panel inside the freezer and see if your model has one. That is the only way to check and see if your refrigerator has a thermister. Thanks.
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How can you tell if your refrigerator evaporator motor wiring has a thermistor or not?
Answer Hello Gabriel! WR60X10185 does not have a thermistor. It only has four wires; blue, white, yellow, red. WR60X10074 does have a thermistor. It has 5 wires; 2 white, 1 yellow, 1 red, and 1 blue. The extra white one is the thermistor. Hope this helps!
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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
Answer Hello Joe,
This is a bad evaporator fan motor. Replacing it will correct this issue. If your unit does not have a thermistor wired into the connecting harness, you will need to order part number WR60X10185. For the motor WITH the thermistor order part number WR23X10467.
GE refrigerator model gsh25kgrbww freezer is 20 degrees f, fresh food box is 55 degrees f. The motherboard, evap fan, thermistors, defrost t-stat, or all the above?
Answer Hello Stephen,
You need to check the back freezer wall for a frost build-up. If there is a frost build-up, you will need to open the rear wall of the freezer compartment and check the individual components. If the frost is only across the top of the evaporator coils, the issue will be the evaporator fan motor. If the frost is all over the evaporator coils, one of the defrost components have failed. The most common part to fail is the defrost heater WR51X10055. The defrost thermostat, thermistors, and main board are the remaining components in the circuit.
Does this model PSS26MSRESS have a thermister?
Answer Hello Roy. Yes, WR55X10025 is the thermistors used in the unit.
We are getting a loud whistling sound from the bottom back if the freezer. Is this the evaporator fan motor? If so, do we have a thermistor? Which part do we need?
Answer Hello Shannon,
This will probably be the evaporator fan motor. The initial cause of the problem is in the circuitry of the main board. This basically means that since the main board probably caused the issue of the fan motor ramping up and down, the main board (AP4436216) and the evaporator fan motor (AP3875639) will need to be replaced to prevent a repeat of the same issue in the near future.