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GE PSH23SGPABS will not cool at all. Board replaced by GE technician so fan works but no cold air. Any direction where to look next would be greatly appreciated.

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the code is most likely printed on your model number label located inside the refrig compartment and entering the code instructions are on your tech sheet that is taped to the underside of your refrig.
remove the toe grille and feel under the cabinet for a plastic bag/envelope taped to it. just follow the instr for entering the code..

ps if the code isnt on the model label it may be on the tech sheet..

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SOURCE: ge model gsh25jfrfww not cooling just clicking

Replace the main board on the back i got the part for $130 at a wholesale parts store

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

SOURCE: GE GSS22 refrig wont get cold, freezer does.

Hi, it's possible you have a defrost problem, to know if you have a defrost problem, you should unplug/disconnect refrigerator, remove your produce, leave doors open, for faster defrost, clean and leave unplug/disconnected for about hour, be cautious you will get excessive water from defrosting. let freezer defrost completely, then plug/connect refrigerator, let it work/run for an hour, if it's o/k, put back your produce, if it work good/ o/k for 3 to 4 days and start doing the same thing, you got a defrost problem, defrost problems are caused when excessive ice build up on your evaporator, two things could cause a defrost problem. (1) excessive moisture/ hot air entering refrigerator, hot days,hot foods, regular opening, to close heat source, range/ oven. in cases like that, cleaning of refrigerator will normally solve that problem. (2) faulty defrost heaters, defrost thermostat , located in back of freezer side, you will have to remove shelves and back panel, to get access to it,also check your defrost timer and speed of fan, but first disconnect refrigerator, clean and try , before changing any parts. it could just be excessive moisture. always remember to disconnect your refrigerator before attempting any repairs, let me know what happened, then i could tell you exactly what's problem. good luck

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SOURCE: hola: my GE PSC25PSTBSS sometimes is not cooling

edtorres: if the freezer side and ice maker are working fine then the problem may be the damper that allows cooling into the refrigerator side is having trouble opening or the controls to the damper are defective.

Posted on Mar 06, 2010

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