Question about GE Refrigerators
Hi. This will indicate that the Main circuit board(PCB), which is located in the back, middle or lower rear panel, has failed. This clicking noise is the result of a failed relay, on this particular board. The main board directs the necessary power to this fan circuit when commanded by the control sector. This type of circuit damage will cause all components within the unit to fail, thus, not allowing optimal performance. I would advise to replace this damaged board, asap. Once replaced, the unit will operate normally.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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