Question about Refrigerators
In my GE side-by-side there is a defrost temp sensor located near the top of the evaporator coil. I think the control board uses that temp sensor to know when it should be done defrosting.
On the schematic of my fridge (link below), the defrost thermistor is part number 240 in the diagram (not part number 241, which is a different temp sensor located adjacent to the one you want)
I don't know why the defrost element would fail immediately other than incorrect supply voltage or just a bad defrost element.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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