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I have a Ge refrigerator (model # PDS22MIsacc) it seems to be running alright, but the temperature control panel will not light. we are unable to change tempertures.

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You will need to replace the main control board located on the rear panel behind an access panel,this board controls all temps and digital readouts,when the readout goes dark this board is the culprit

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