Question about Refrigerators
If there isn't any voltage going to the board, then the board is generally ok and you have a different problem that then needs to be tracked down. If there is voltage at the board, then the board is bad and needs to be replaced. I assume that you have a multimeter to check for voltage, otherwise an electronics store will have one.
appliancepartspros.com will have good diagrams for your unit that you can check out if you need help figuring out how to dissemble it but I have found that repairclinic.com generally has cheaper parts if you need to order a new board. Just use your model number to find the diagrams/parts on the two sites mentioned above.
Let me know how this works out for you.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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