Hello Karen Gibson,
I hate to say this ... (It would make Bill Gates so proud)... but just try UN-PLUGGING IT... and/or using a different outlet...
Not likely but always a great FIRST STEP...
I am the guy you hear about that changes the light's WALL switch... because 2 bulbs burned out at the same time.
On MY REFRIGERATORs... while not cheap... the low voltage boards are one of the easiest things to change...
They are external.
If you are inclined to attempt this yourself... just take good pictures... ook them over to see if you can tell which wire goes where... If you put EVERYTHING EXACTLY BACK...
It will either start magically working... and you will have that SPARE PART you always wanted anyway.
Always remove power.
Always handle CIRCUIT PACKs (PCB = printed circuit board)
like you know the can cost $100s... and a single static SPARK can ruin the most ROBUST
semi-conductors)... Consider buying or borrowing a static wrist strap.
(noted at bottom)...
No model number came through with your question... so I'll be using the word "TYPICALLY ... anywhere it sounds like I'm stating a fact...
go to one of the parts houses... eBay or even AMAZON...
Type in your make + model + low voltage + board"
I include SEARS ... their prices are improving... but that is just because they had NO-WHERE-ELSE TO go... (opinion)...!!
Pictures are demonstrative ONLY... YOUR NUMBERS will CERTAINLY be different...!!!
Hope this helps!! (mine was MFR Discontinued)...
found it on eBay... (then FIXED MY OLD ONE!!)
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