Question about Refrigerators
I have a GE refrigerator, the freezer is'nt cold, the motor in the back of the freezer is not running, What can I check to see if it is the motor or the circuit board?
You say the motor in the freezer, you mean the fan motor? If the refrigerator part is cold (normal temps about 37F) then you likely are not getting air circulation. The fan motors burn out often, just check for 120 volts AC on the fan motor terminals with a multimeter, if you have power, it's a dead motor.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
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