Question about GE GSH25JSRSS Stainless Steel Side by Side Refrigerator
I am a certified electronics tech, I have found that by unhooking a connector by the compressor(4 wires on one,yellow,white,blue and red
3 wires on other yellow,white and red, this is a male to female connector) the relay quits tripping. I did not see the compressor fan engage however. I can reconnect the connector and the relay is fine unless I unplug the AC and plug back in, the problem returns.
any suggestions are appreciated!
also anyone know what the 3 wires go to, any mods to the mother board.
When you unplug the unit, the compressor needs to equalize the pressure inside before it can be plugged back in. If you plug it beack in too soon, the compressor will not start untill this pressure is equalized. Sometimes compressors get harder and harder to start as they get older and it gets harder for the start relay to start the compressor. I am not a electronics tech but it may be that the compressor is just hard to start and my need a hardstart kit.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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