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    • Part Number: AP4436216
    • MFG Part Number: WR55X10942
    • Made by: GE
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I have a GE side by side refrigerator GSS23QGTA WW and the defrost mechanism is not working properly. I replaced the defrost thermostat and the defrost heater and frig works properly until the frost builds up again. When I got the defrost heater it was a duel heater instead of the single one that was the original. I originally connected the electrical ends to the original connections in the freezer and disconnected the yellow wires that came with the unit. When that did not work I saved the yellow wires and reconnected them, after again defrosting the frig again. Again cool properly, begins to make ice again and within a couple of days ice begins to build up again. That fan seems to be working because I will feel heat discharged at the kick plate.

Annette

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Noticed refrigerator compartment was warm. Checked freezer coils and there was ice all over them. Replaced defrost thermister, and upper thermometer in freezer. Noticed that the defrost heater coil was broken. Replaced defrost heater and thought it was fixed. Checked on it again and it was icing up again. I looked closer at the defrost heater and noticed it was broken again. Had a spare and replaced it again. Set the settings to put the unit into defrost mode. Checked and the heater was red hot. About 5 minutes later checked the heater again and noticed once again the heater coil was broken. I guess my question is where do I go from here, and could it be because I bought an after market defrost heater vs the more expensive one from GE?

Steven for Model Number GSS20IETAWW

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So I have the apparently common situation of ice maker working fine but no water (light illuminates when pressed). Determined it wasn't a freezing/blockage issue and ultimately figured it might be the secondary valve. Replacement valve did not help. It does appear the solenoids are getting powered upon lever press but no water is flowing (well maybe a dribble out of the valve. Checked the electrical connection under the front plate seems fine. Is their a voltage I can test on the secondary valve to confirm it is the main board? Could it be anything else?

Richard for Model Number PSI23MGMABB

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I replaced the motherboard June. Yesterday, I noticed the temperature settings at "0" for the Refrig and Freezer. When I tried to adjust them, the panel went black. I closed and opened the door, and the setting were at "0"again. I've unplugged the refrigerator to reset it. Again the setting were at "0". Is it a bad motherboard?

Latherio for Model Number PSS29MGMB

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Water was leaking from the water dispenser for like a month till yesterday it smell like burn plastic so I check the main board and its burned I would like to know how can I stopped the water leak and also the part number for the wire harness that connects to the main board.

Hillbilly for Model Number GSH25VGRECC

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Reference to earlier question on control Board possibly causing the fresh food compartment dropping to 23 degrees even though its set on 35 or 36. I changed the upper sensor and no help. Since there was no help, could it be the lower sensor? I thought I would try replacing that sensor with the upper one I had changed out. Haven't done so yet. Another problem that's existed since the problem started is the 3lb thaw light will not remain off after its reset. It turns off while the door is open but when I shut the door and reopen it, it's back on. What you think? Could the lower sensor be causing both problems? Thanks, Stan

Stan S for Model Number ZFSB26DNDSS

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The refrigerator's lights come on and fan circulates air when plugged in. I then digitally set the temperature for the freezer and refrigerator on the touchpad inside the refrigerator. I set the Freezer to about 0F and the refrigerator to 34 F. Within 5 seconds these settings revert to room temperature and no cooling occurs. The freezer is about 10 years old but is only used about 5 months per year in the summer. Last year it was stored in an unheated house during the winter where the temps got down to 10 F. This is all I know

Steven E for Model Number PSS25NGNAWW

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Could the control (mother Board) being bad cause the fresh food compartment to go down to 23 degrees, even though you set it for 35 or 36?

Stan S. for Model Number ZFSB26DNDSS

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replaced water inlet solenoid for ice maker/water dispenser. water dispenses fine however the side for the ice maker doesn't want to open. i disconnected the molded plug and tested it with a multi- meter-it reads 105 to 109 on the voltage. when i connect it back to the solenoid and test it by touching the tabs i get no voltage reading at all. disconnected molded plug and applied power to solenoid using an external power cord at a voltage of 115. solenoid opened fine and began to feed water to the ice maker. is the solenoid not getting enough voltage from the mother board to open the solenoid ? thanks for your help

Brian Long for Model Number HSS25GFTAWW

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Ice dispenser recently working sporadically, now not at all. When I push cube dispenser button, green light goes on. Then when paddle is pushed, the light goes out and no ice. I have the water disconnected so can't check water dispenser. Having a live chat, they suggested auger motor or dispenser control panel. Any way to determine for sure what the issue is?

Rob for Model Number Gss25sgress

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