Hello my refrigerator was working perfectly fine and my power went off and after that my fridge doesnt want to turn on actually my lights and everything is on but nothing else what do you think it is.
If the lights are on but the fans and compressor do not cycle on then the most likely cause would be a faulty control board. You will want to pull the power from the unit for 5 minutes and then reconnect and see if the unit comes on. This would reset the board. If not then the control board is faulty and would need to be replaced. If the fans are coming on but no compressor then you will want to check to make sure that the compressor is getting 120 vac to it. If it is then most likely the start relay has failed and would need to be replaced and if there is no power to it then the control board is most likely at fault.
The fan runs but will not cool and its not freezing up. Tried moving thermostats either way but no change. It just quit all of the sudden.
If the fans are running but the compressor is not then the most likely cause of failure would be the relay WR07X10025. You would want to replace the overload with the relay as it normally weakens from a bad relay WR08X10026.
This fridge was working then stopped getting cold. The condenser fan will short cycle every 3 minutes or so, but the compressor never actually fires off. The evaporator fan runs constantly. Any ideas?
Based on the information, it sounds like there may be a wiring issue. You will want to check for voltage drop at the condenser fan. The condenser fan should receive a constant 120 vac when it is supposed to be operating. This can cause the compressor to not start as well if there is a wiring issue.
I have a GE Refrigerator model number tbx22qabrrww. I have not used it in like 3 years and I just went to plug it back in and it will not turn on. The light bulb will not come on but I do have power at the light socket. Was wondering were I should start looking for the problem. Thanks.
You will want to make sure that the unit is not in a defrost cycle. This can be checked by advancing the defrost timer. Also check to make sure that you are getting power to the operating thermostat. If there is power then replace the thermostat. Also check to make sure that the evaporator fan blade is not seized up.