Question about GE Refrigerators
You will need to defrost again. When you do, you should see the heater at the bottom of both section of coil. They are glass tubes with a heating coil inside. I think you will find the coil broken in one or both. They are sold as a pair. ( www.partselect.com part # PS303934 @$74.41 ) Replace these. This will fix your defrost problem. If they are both good which I do think they are. You can ohm the termination thermostat, you will need to ice it down first due to it opens on the rise. It will need to be as cold as you can get it before you test it. If its good, the only thing left is the fan or timer.
P.S. the black W in the back of the fresh food section is a water restore that stores cold water for the freezer door.
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Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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