Question about GE 19.5 Cu. Ft. Bottom-Mount Refrigerator - Stainless-Steel
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
GE apparently has the same issue with power supply capacitors that plagues the computer industry. I have fixed 2 GE refrigerators motherboards with the clicking relay issue in the last year. Look for the bulging/leaking capacitors by a small transformer in the power supply section of the motherboard. These caps were labeled C29 and C30 and are 470 UF 25v electrolytic radial lead caps. Can be purchased a radio shack for about 2 bucks. These caps are easy to replace with simple soldering skills. My fridge is about 3 years old.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
The clicking noise would generally be the overload on the compresser. Which means the compresser is locked up and unable to pump and needs to be replaced. Sorry You can install a 3in1 hard start which may free the compresser rotor and give you a little more time out of it but will need to be replaced eventually Good luck
Posted on Sep 08, 2012
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