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GE Fridge:GSHF5KGXCCBB Control Panel Fuse

Need the electrical value and determination if it is slow blow fuse. Thanks

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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You said that the control board on rear of your refrigerator was replaced and there is still nothing happening? You do need to check the power behind the refrigerator to make sure there is power, yes.When did the control board get replaced and was it new?. Sea Breeze.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: we have a gsh25jftfww ge fridge. the temperature

Your refrig uses a main control board that is on a recall list .The board uses a WR55X10552 . The replacement board is WR55X10656 . I would suggest calling GE factory service and they will cover this under warrenty , due to the recall .
http://www.scribd.com/doc/13371507/Ge-Motherboard-Concession-Letter

Posted on Nov 01, 2009

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The compressor is controlled by the cold control. This is probably where your problem is. on a GE Profile, this is usually located on the back wall where you change the temperatures for the fridge or freezer. With the refrigerator unplugged, this control can be easily replaced, and you compressor should come back on! Hope this helps!

Posted on Dec 06, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a GE profile fridge model # PFS22S1SBSS.

I am surprised you were able to do diagnostics without the service manual or do you have one? I think you need to test each thermistor per test point on the motherboard. If the damper door is electric controlled then you must locate the thermistor that appears to be whacking out on you. My manual is about the only copy I have of GE's Artica/Profiles and I see yours appears to be bottom freezer. I think the thermistor is not signaling correctly and may be located near the auto vent. BRB

Posted on Apr 10, 2010

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change fuse. every fuse has a number or two on it, find a fuse with the same numbers

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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