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    • Part Number: AP4436216
    • MFG Part Number: WR55X10942
    • Made by: GE
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My refrigerator has stop dispensing water. Everything else is working fine. I checked the water line and everything is clear. When I press the flap for water, there is the usual clicking sound but nothing comes out. I have installed a brand new filter with no change in operation.

Stewart S for Model Number GSS25QGTAWW

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Freezer makes ice but neither water or ice dispenses. Each dispense option can be selected but in each case, After pushing actuator the courtesy light flashes.

Paul for Model Number GE Gss22jepdww

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Approximately 3 years ago GE replaced the Main Board in my refrigerator and everything worked fine. Now, it seems to be making a much loader noise when it runs. It seems to be running longer also. Is the Main Board going again or is there some other reason for the louder longer run? I cleaned out both drains with hot water and baking soda as I was told in the manual but nothing improved.

Nancy for Model Number GE Refrigerator Model#GLS25JFTA

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I replaced the mother board on refrigerator. In replacement instructions it said if I have a bottom freezer that has power cable plastic housing that covers capacitor board . Locate black,green and white wires between the connector and plastic housing of the capacitor board and cut the green wire between connector and plastic housing of capacitor board. Don't know what they are talking about. Please explain. Thanks

Gary for Model Number GBS22HBRBCC

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Refrigerator side by side, freezer side build ice on evaporator. I replaced Main board control, defrost heater, and defrost thermostat, and evaporator no defrost. So is any other problem. Thank you.

Guillermo for Model Number gss20iepdww

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The other day the freezer was left open all night and wasnt noticed until the following morning. I closed the door and didnt think anymore about it. Went in to the fridge side later and noticed that it was warm and wasnt getting cool. I checked the freezer side and it was warm too. Unplugged the unit and let sit and now its colder on both sides but the unit runs nonstop....what could be the issue? Also, I removed the panel on the back to clean the dust off the coils and all and felt the compressor and its hot....normal?

Justin for Model Number GSS22JETEWW

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I just changed my main control board in my ge GTS22FBMARWW with a new WR55X10942. My serial number begins with TA so I did not cut any wires. I just swapped the boards out. My original board had a burnt resistor and the evaporator fan would not turn on. Well, know the fan turns on, but I have a new problem I didn't have before, my freezer is way to cold, I have it turned down to a minimum at "1" and my fridge at "5". So my freezer is at 10F and my fridge is a 40F. I would like my freezer to be at 32F. but its at a setting of "1" so I can't turn it down anymore, and its consuming a lot of electricity keeping my freezer that cold. What do you guys think???

James for Model Number GTS22FBMARWW

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Sometimes the evap fan runs - BUT, most of the time not. Compressor is cycling REALLY screws temps/things up in freezer/frig compartments when evap fan's not running No large "burnt" resistors on control board. How do I take off the evaporator fan's plunum cover to get to the evap fan motor?

Rich for Model Number dss25kstb (GE)

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Both sides of refrigerator are not cooling. I have turned off temperature control and turned both back on and it still does not cool. I do not hear a clicking sound like the compressor trying to start. Does this sound like the compressor has failed or could it be the main control board? Would the best solution be to buy a new refrigerator?

Peter S. for Model Number GSS25UFMB BB

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How is the control board changed?

Amy N. for Model Number gbs20hbsbww

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