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Ge Profile Freezer not working

I have an 2002 S x S Artica Profile refrigerator. Fixed the dampner control fan assembly and now the freezer just stopped working overnight. The control have not let me adjust the temp for some time now. They just beep 3 times when pressed. The lights are on in the frig, the condenser fan is working. The compressor is not kicking on though.

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  • mballing Feb 26, 2009

    Main pcb? I pulled the computer board, I believe that is what you are talking about, and on the back was burnt connection. It was on black box labeled (COMP). I assume that would control the compressor.

  • mballing Mar 05, 2009

    Looks like the main board caused all the problems, at different times. Must have just been going out over the years. GE parts guy said this is the third generation board, this one has a grounding strap also. Maybe they will get it right.



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Main pcb failure but just check the wireing at the bottom of the freezer door as it can affect the control system

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