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    • Part Number: AP3185407
    • MFG Part Number: WR55X10025
    • Made by: GE
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SS side by side refirgerator is not cold temperture is at 7 what do you think is the problem?

Ms. Charleen for Model Number Maytag---MCD2257HES

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Bottom freezer and bottom food conpartment work very good, but the top freezer and the top food compartment not coolinf thanks.

Francis for Model Number PSS26MGPABB

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My GE dual evap fridge and freezer were having huge temp swings. Up to 20 in the freezer and 50 in the fridge. The main board, temperature sensors (1 in fridge/2 in freezer) and defrost thermostat have been replaced. The defrost heater in the freezer has been on a couple times that I have noticed. The temp in the freezer has been more consistent but still 5+ degree swings. The fridge averages 6-9 degrees above the 37 degree default. Since replacing the parts above, the one thing I have noticed is that the compressor is sometimes not running even though temps are high. But, if I open the freezer door and push the door switch (or close the door), the compressor will immediately kick on and evap fan starts blowing - 9 out of 10 times at least. I think the compressor shutting off may be the key to the problem of high / unstable temps. What should I try next?

Scott for Model Number PSF26PGTBBB

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I ordered part number WR55X10025, but noticed when I went to install the sensor that it is inside a grill cover. In your parts list, this grill is a separate part. Do I remove the old sensor and install new senor in old grill? Thank you

Charlie E. for Model Number GSS25LGMFWW

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Hi, My GE fridge GSS25VFPAWW is 11 years old. I noticed it started to work much longer in the last couple of months than before. The defroster heater and the thermostat checked OK. I have replaced the heater last year so I knew what a frosty evaporator coils look like... There was some ice buildup, but mainly on the top of the coils. The top thermistor reading was 18.3 KOhms at 0°C, the bottom one 16.0 KOhms (0°C). Do you think I should change the thermistors or the problem is something else? BTW I didn't notice temperature rise in fresh food section or the freezer but I didn't measure them. After defrosting the coils it's working normaly again... Thanks in advance for your help! DV

Dv for Model Number GSS25VFPAWW

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Refrigerator about 6 years old. Beeping randomly while displaying error code tc. Replaced main control board 5 days ago and beeping and tc code just returned. Temp is set at 0 and 37 but temps are usually registering random numbers. Freezer anywhere from -9 to 1 and fridge anywhere from 39 to 34. Is the next step to replace the temp sensor? And if so, do I replace all three.

Wanda for Model Number GSS25QGTABB

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I normally the digital temperature control set at 0 for the freezer and 37 for the refrigerator. However, now the unit get much too cold, the freezer going into minus range, while the fridge freezes. By raising the freezer to about 3, I can keep the fridge to about 37 as a stopgap but bottom line the separate controls are not functioning properly. GE has already serviced this once in the past under warranty for the same problem. My recollection was that a circuit board was replaced. Of course, it's now out of warranty! Is this more likely a control board again or one or more of the thermistors?

Crescentbay for Model Number ZISS420DRISS

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Change the panel control. Change all sensor freezer is working fine but the refrigerator temp don't go down or the inside of the it don't get cold. Any idea what it could be.

Manny for Model Number PDS20MBRABB

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Have a freezer that was a block of ice. Replaced the heater and the defrost temperature limiter switch. A week later same thing, replaced the main control board at that time, checked continuity through the heater and defrost limiting switch had 40 ohms resistance. This was 2 week a go. Now I'm told the block of ice is back. The only thing left is the thermistor. I am going to order it, but if I replace it, it should be the last piece of the puzzle. Just want to be sure. Can you help me here. Thank you.

John S for Model Number ESS25LSRASS

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My freezer has had an issue for a long time where everything will have a layer of frost or just condensation on it through out the day. Recently I realized that that problem had stopped. There was no condensation. No frost. And the ice tray was never frozen in to a solid piece. Then I realize the defrost heater was bad, which I replaced. Now that the defrost function works again, all that condensation is back. Sounds like the temperature sensor correct?

Josh for Model Number GSL25JFXBLB

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