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The problem you are having is most likely a defective=> WR55X10473 Main Control Board. The defective WR55X10473 Main Control Board may have been caused by a defective=> WR60X10185 Evaporator Fan Motor. If your motor has a white thermistor in the connector you need the related fan motor WR60X10074. If it has a connector for a light you will need a=> WR23X10467 Fan Motor Reason I am telling you this is because if the fan is defective it can again damage the Main Control Board. The same wiring diagram is found=> HERE or HERE by clicking on the wiring diagram. Listen to this video because it explains what I am trying to say. GE Refrigerator Fan Motor Diagnostics If you would like I can walk you through the diagnostic's to see what is going on. I am here should you have questions, Thanks John Tripp Appliance 911

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SOURCE: ge gss20Iembww evap fan inop.

How old is your fridge?

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

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SOURCE: Electrical wiring help for an Evap Fan Assembly P/N 12442204

Normally the fan motors are 12v. That means they are not polarity sensitive. You would have to green wires- your earth, then you would have a red and white your active in and active out, as normally these are wired in series. I could be wrong but I have done thousand of 12v evap fan motors and have never has a problem, the clips how ever I cant help with.
Btw make sure the fan motor is not 120v/240v before wiring, if it is get a licensed electrician to do it

Hope this helps any other problems please let me know

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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SOURCE: GE GSS22WGPH WW won't defrost. Already changed heater.

Replace the thermisters located one at bottom of freezer in back which is the most viewable the other is in the top of the freezer by the fan motor they cost about 15.00 apiece.

Posted on Mar 29, 2009

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SOURCE: Freezer fan noise

Remove the freezer panel to access the fan motor. Look for any obstruction around the fan or blade. Ice, misplaced wire etc.
Check the fan blade. Sometimes they slip down the shaft too far.
If you find none of these issues, replace the fan motor.

Posted on May 25, 2009

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SOURCE: have a ge side by side freezer is working fine


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