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BLANK DISPLAY AND CLICKING SOUND

I HAVE A GE PROFILE FRIDGE WITH BOTTOM FREEZER. SOMETIMES THE DISPLAY WILL WORK MOSTLY IT WON'T. ALSO, IT WILL MAKE A CLICKING SOUND COMING FROM THE BACK WHERE THE COMPUTER BOARD IS. DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEAS WHAT IT MIGHT BE? THANK YOU

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  • Phillip Hayes Dec 05, 2008

    Sometimes the LED display goes out completely and sometimes it works normally. Also there is a steady clicking (about once a second) that comes and goes. Every few days I hear the clicking, and it usually goes away in 20 minutes or so. The clicking is coming from the lower right of the frig compartment (at the rear wall).

  • Susan 1234 Feb 20, 2009

    That sounds exactly like what happened to me last week! (GE Profile PDS22SBSARSS.) Display worked intermittently, then clicking which usually stopped after 20-30 min. Eventually fridge clicked all night and both fridge/freezer stopped working at some point. No more cooling. Can I assume it is also the control board? Is this something I can fix myself? If so, how savvy do I have to be? - signed, handy single mom on a budget

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This is the main control board failing. My symptoms were identical (intermittent display and clicking), and eventually the clicking didn't go away and the freezer got hot. I replaced the main board yesterday and all is well (display fixed and no clicking). I was able to find the correct part number using the GE website (entered refrigerator model PD22S1S and then selected PDS22S1SARSS from the drop-down list). My part number was WR55X10656. The GE price was shown as $157.50, but I bought mine from ApplianceZone.com for $101.68. Hope this helps.

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