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I have a GE fridge Model PFS22SISBSS. The motherboard has been replaced once already. The freezer temp started fluctuating from -1 to 18. GE recommended replacing the motherboard again. I bought one (PN WR55X10942) and the instructions said to cut Pin 2 of J1 (Thermistor Wire). I did and put the new motherboard in. Not the freezer display indicates -47 all of the time. Does anyone know if the instructions are incorrect and if I shouldn't have cut that wire. BTW...GE said they won't replace this board because I am an end-customer and that I voided the board warranty by putting it in the refrigerator. My kid could have put the board in ...it's not rocket science. EXTREMELY FRUSTRATED WITH GE.

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check the voltage going into you fan w/ the old main board and also w/ the new board. You might be getting a low voltage w/ your new board or the fan you replaced is for a diferent voltage. Have you tried to put the old fan back w/ the new board??

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Yes you will need to cut the wire the directions states all bottom freezer models and models with certain serial numbers... But you will not need to do other modifications specifically for bottom freezer only models.

Posted on Jul 15, 2011

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