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The board or the cold control thermostat depending on model is bad. If it has a board, that Board most likely also controls defrost which may be why your coils are feeezing if Board is bad.

GE GSL25JFPBS... | Answered on Oct 23, 2017


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GE GSL25JFPBS... | Answered on Sep 21, 2016


Yes , it sounds like the inlet valve needs replaced. It is located in the compressor area at the bottom back of the refrigerator.

GE GSL25JFPBS... | Answered on Apr 02, 2016


Watch my video. I have installed 3n1 here, but found out that compressor is dead.

GE GSL25JFPBS... | Answered on Nov 26, 2015


I have a 3 year old GE GSL25 refrigerator with the water/ice dispenser on the freezer door. Even when setting the freezer at 2 and turning the fridge's lower drawer to the warmer "cheese" setting, the water dispenser line would freeze every few weeks. If you have this problem, first verify that the water filter (back of the fridge) is not clogged and that water flows from the water line at the bottom left corner of the freezer door (disconnect and press water delivery dispenser-see owners manual).
I used the hair dryer recommendation to unfreeze the line by heating the flat area of the freezer door directly behind the water dispenser area (~10 min did it). The trick to keep it from freezing up again involved buying a cheap foam sleeping bag mattress (~1/3 inch or 1 cm thick) made of a polyurethane foam (pretty dense). I cut it to match the flat area of the freezer door behind the water dispenser and taped it to the door with packing tape. For the past 3 weeks (even with freezer at #4 setting), my water is flowing freely. Personally, I think this solves a product defect with insufficient insulation in the freezer door near the dispenser water line.

GE GSL25JFPBS... | Answered on Jun 15, 2015


Generic possibilities: 1) clogged filter - replace if needed, 2) defective switch, 4) defective water solenoid valve (if you used to hear a clicking from the rear of the fridge when dispensing water - it could be a bad switch OR solenoid) or crushed / kinked water supply line (but if you have an auto ice maker that works - that's not the problem).

GE GSL25JFPBS... | Answered on May 18, 2015


On an R134a system the low side should be down around 0-2 PSI when the freezer is down close to zero. Running slightly in a vacuum is ok at zero degrees.

GE GSL25JFPBS... | Answered on May 02, 2015


I think ice makers have a power button either a toggle switch or when you look at the top of the ice cube maker you will see a stainless bracket about the size of a pencil lead and as long as the ice cube maker. If the bracket is up then the ice maker is off. It should be down touching or almost touching the cube maker. Another problem could be that you have no water flow to the maker. Line may be frozen. If you find the toggle or push the stainless arm bracket down you should hear the water pump Buzz or hum. Try turning it from off to on but wait about 2 or 3 mins between switching. I hope my info was relevant to your problem. Make sure your water pump is working it's located on the back bottom where the water line goes in

GE GSL25JFPBS... | Answered on Nov 23, 2014


I have a 3 year old GE GSL25 refrigerator with the water/ice dispenser on the freezer door. Even when setting the freezer at 2 and turning the fridge's lower drawer to the warmer "cheese" setting, the water dispenser line would freeze every few weeks. If you have this problem, first verify that the water filter (back of the fridge) is not clogged and that water flows from the water line at the bottom left corner of the freezer door (disconnect and press water delivery dispenser-see owners manual).
I used the hair dryer recommendation to unfreeze the line by heating the flat area of the freezer door directly behind the water dispenser area (~10 min did it). The trick to keep if from freezing up again involved buying a cheap foam sleeping bag mattress (~1/3 inch or 1 cm thick) made of a polyurethane foam (pretty dense). I cut it to match the flat area of the freezer door behind the water dispenser and taped it to the door with packing tape. For the past 3 weeks (even with freezer at #4 setting), my water is flowing freely. Personally, I think this solves a product defect with insufficient insulation in the freezer door near the dispenser water line.

GE GSL25JFPBS... | Answered on Sep 08, 2014


If the condenser is not exposed that is normal.

GE GSL25JFPBS... | Answered on Aug 14, 2014


Your Freezer is frosted up you will need to remove all items from the fridge and freezer then you will to need to unplug the unit and remove the panel from the rear of the freezer compartment. You will likely see frost on the back wall even before you remove the panel. Once the panel is removed you will need to use a hairdryer to defrost the coils on the back wall. Place plenty of rags or towels in the bottom of the freezer to absorb the water from the melting frost You will need to know how to use a multimeter to do the next steps. Find the heater or heaters on the back wall of the freezer and check for open circuit using your ohmmeter. Sometimes you will be able to see the heater that is burned out . On GE models the heater will be mounted on a bracket or brackets on the rear wall of the freezer if two heaters are used replace them both if one is bad Also check the defrost thermostat for continuity and replace if open but be aware that the thermostat has to be cold to have continuity since it turns off the heaters when the temperature gets warm enough in the freezer.Most of the times the heater burns out causing your problem.Replace defective parts and reassemble.This should cure your problem.

GE GSL25JFPBS... | Answered on Aug 06, 2014


if the clicking is coming from the bottom back that's the compressor,most likely a bad mother board.the model number you sent doesn't show up,unplug the machine,remove the back cover to the mother board,if there isn't all 7 relays on the board most likely this is your problem

GE GSL25JFPBS... | Answered on Jul 18, 2014


Look for a wiring diagram somewhere... could be glued to the back of the unit. Hopefully if you have one it will show the wires color coded and where they should be attached.. Hint: next time take an I-phone photo before you disassemble.... hint..hint .. do this on everything you attempt to repair.

GE GSL25JFPBS... | Answered on Jul 11, 2014

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