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Clicking sound coming from thermostat area - when it's clicking the temperature numbers are off - was clicking for short periods of time - now clicking for hours

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  • lhcap May 10, 2009

    Now, the ''open door'' alarm is going off -

  • lhcap May 10, 2009

    Model #PDS22SBSBRSS

    I think it's gone crazy - it's beeping with a tick tock sound now -


  • lhcap May 11, 2009

    I've called GE - they don't have an authorized service repairman for my area - gave me the number for A&E Factory Service - they don't have an authorized service guy for my area either - they gave me another 800 number - called that one - it was for Sears - I don't do Sear anymore - I can't wait a month for this to be repaired so I called a local repairman (35 miles away) he's coming Wednesday - I wonder is power surges could have caused this? We've had lots of storms lately.



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Hi, The clicking noise sound like a clock ticking? If so, it is probably you defrost timer. The defrost timer has a motor on it that sounds like a clock and has four wires that go to it..
This is what I would check first.

Vic

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    Victor May 10, 2009

    If you could get me a model#, I can investigate this problem further. It sounds like this is a newer model then what I first informed you about.

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    Victor May 11, 2009

    Sounds like you might need to get a repairman so they can hear/see exactly what is happening. I am going to try and get some information on this tomorrow. If everything is staying cold, give me 1 day to get this info.

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    Victor May 11, 2009

    Hi, It is very possible. I asked around tosay and that is the answers I got...... most probable.

    Good luck and I am sorry I could not give a deffinent answer.

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