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What is the problem you're having?why do you think the sensor is bad?these sensors hardly ever fail unless you have an older g.e. fridge and at the end of the sensor where the wires go into the sensor has a black ring around it,then it has to be changed out,and usually the mother board too,if you look at the mother board you'll see black relays on it,the newer board is i think wr55x10942,if it doesn't have all 7 relays on it most likely this is your problem but check the sensor to above the evap coil,if it has a black ring around it change that out too,if it's all white you can leave it alone,it would be easier if you can send the model number and tell me what's happening to the machine so i'm not just guessing at things,if it's a side by side open the fridge door and look up on the right side wall up near the ceiling and you'll see the model number,also if the freezer is on the bottom it will be in the same place,freezer on top it will be on the left side wall..write back and i'll do my best to help you,if you're in mass, and you need someone to come out let me know.good luck and send the model number and what the problem is.

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