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    • Part Number: AP3957581
    • MFG Part Number: WR49X10152
    • Made by: GE
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I replaced my main board yesterday due to temperature fluctuation, condensation in fresh food side, and freezer getting stuck in defrost cycle (had same problem 4yrs ago). Next day I see no improvement. I then check coils in freezer compartment and find no ice, put everything back together and freezer temp is zero after 45mins of being open and off. After being on for several hrs it still shows zero even though it is colder than that inside. Fresh food display changes and seems normal. What am I missing?

J.moore for Model Number PSF26PGTABB

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Owned this fridge for about 8 years now. In 8 years, we have replaced the main board on two different occasions. The boards seem to last about 3 or so years. In any event, starting to have issues again similar to previous times. Fridge and freezer temps constantly in a state of fluctuation. Fridge temp will go up to maybe 41 or 42, then back down to 36. Then back up again and so on. Freezer will go up to 8 or 9, then back down to 0 (or even negative.) The unit seems to be doing this every 12 hours or so. Previously, the unit would hold steady at 0 and 36, with the occasional fluctuation when the unit entered defrost. This is similar to main board-related issues that I've previously had. Do you concur that this may be another main board issue, or is there something else to consider?

Jeremy G for Model Number PSS26PSTBSS

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Moisture inside the fresh food side of the refrigerator. We had replaced the mother board for this problem when it was still under the warranty. I am afraid the same problem return. I myself am handy person, can I buy the part and replace it myself. How difficult is it?

John for Model Number PSC25MSTBSS

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Purchased replacement motherboard. In reconnecting, to J14 find the only plug left is a 3 hole plug but J14 has 4 prongs. Would this be correct & if so, do we plug into the top portion of J14 of bottom portion?

Joe for Model Number psc23pssdss

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Ge refrigerator had a problem with defrost cycle , ice would melt and refreeze. We purchased a new motherboard and it solved problem but then the refrigerator side wont get colder than 44. Freezer side will go to 0 or -1.

Robert for Model Number zfsb23drhss

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I am replacing the motherboard and an inverter harness 200D4041G002 was included. Does my model have the current source board connected to the mainboard?

Charles for Model Number ZFSB23DRGSS

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My refrigerator stop working. The light comes on when you open the door. I am getting a HRS in the temp display window. Could you tell me if the control board is bad or what.

Tony for Model Number PSS26PSTBSS

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A repairman replaced the motherboard on our refrigerator using WR49X10152. He said we did not have the current source board connected to the mainboard so we shouldn't need the wire harness. Once he installed the new motherboard the compressor would not turn on. He installed the wire harness and the compressor came on. BUT he did not clip the blue wire with the yellow line. Today the freezer is at 17 degrees. One more thing - the fan does not turn off when you open the door - which it did before the replacement. Does our model require a wire harness and clipping the blue wire or should this have been a straight swap? Thank you for your help.

Becky for Model Number GE Profile Arctica PSH23NGPA

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I have a problem where the freezer defrost cycle melts all the ice in the ice maker. It had issues not being able to regulate temperature. Cleaning out the condenser has solved that but unfortunatly didn't help the defrosting problem. I've heard that these models have issues with the main electronics bd not turning the cooling back on soon enough after the defrost heater is activated so I was thinking of replacing the main bd. to see if that helps. Is there any troubleshooting advice you might have? Thanks in advance.

Jeff for Model Number ZFSB23DRGSS

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Both Freezer and refrigerator section stopped cooling, trying to figure out which part to order and replace... any advice in troubleshooting is appreciated...

Boris for Model Number GE Profile Arctica PSH23SGNA

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