Question about GE GSH25JFR Side by Side Refrigerator
I'm responding to osmium2's answer regarding a clicking refridgerator (4/21/09). Our refridgerator (GE GSH25JFRE WW - almost 3 years old) clicks for 5 to 45 minutes prior to the motor starting. Also the controls on the door all stopped working (the lights in the freezer dim if you press the dispenser and a couple of times such attempts shorted out the fridge altogether and I had to unplug and plug back to get it started). I checked capacitors C29 and C30 and they were in fact bulged at the top as osmium2 had described. I'm not an electrician but would like to attempt the fix myself. Where do you get such capacitors (how do you describe them to the retailer) and how do you install a capacitor on a board (take it out and put it in)? Thx - Jay
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
We had the same problem. Our frigerator is 1.5 year old. Everytime we try to dispence water or ice the dispencer clicks and the whole thing turns of. We had a GE repairman come by: the electronic board needs to be replaced: total cost $350. (cost of the board only: $150. We are considering disconnecting the dispencer by unplugging the board (according to the repain man the ice maker wil still work)or buy a new refrigurator (for sure NO GE!!!!!!)
Posted on Sep 07, 2007
SOURCE: GSH22JSRE SS not cooling
I would strongly advise seeking a competent fridge guy. If it is the compressor (which sounds like a distinct possibility) they should be able to identify it very quickly. They would then be able to give you a cost on replacement. Alternatively you could try throwing it back at where you got it from and see if there is an extended parts only warranty. Some manufacturers now have three or even five years warranty on major components (ie compressors). Although there is no guarantee of this, its always worth a try, you might get someone sympathetic to your plight, due to the young age of the cabinet. Hope this is of some if not limited use.
Posted on Sep 11, 2007
Ok the motherboard is malfunctioning. Ive observed this exact problem before. Replace the board and all will be normal again. If you keep lettig it click and click it may finally kill that relay that you descibed to me or even worse the compressor itself.
Posted on Dec 02, 2007
It is possible to change out that relay...if your unit has one. This is usually a small plastic box on top of the compressor...but not a round tubular thing...which is the start capacitor. Just make sure you are careful...take out the plug. If you're messing with the capacitor...it has terminals which do contain hazardous voltage. Discharge with a screwdriver across the terminals. Generally, the relay is the thing which gives the symptoms you're facing. Change both and you've probably got it...they're cheap. Not all models have both.
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
Sounds like the main control board is bad . Pt # WR55X10656 . This board is located behind the 8 " X 10 " , panel just above the compressor compartment . The compressor relay , is what you hear clicking , cutting the compressor , on/off . Even the dispensor board , is operated by the main control board .
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
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