Model # GSL25JFPE . Fan stopped working .. do I have to repace it ( if so how and where can I get one?) Or is there a way I can fix the one that's in there.
Coils are cold, everything else is working. but the fans not turning whether the door is opened or closed.. Thanks PHIL
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GE refridgerators have what they call a main dome control board. This is located on the back of the machine, usually closer to one side or the other and about halfway up the machine. This board really controls everything, even as far as the dispenser in the door. I personally think this is a poor design, even though they look awesome cosmetically. Locate your model number, usually in the refridgerator side somewhere, and go to www.repairclinic.com to order the part. This is becuase they have a return policy that no one can beat. If you install the part and it doesn't work they will take it back and refund you, where as any other part distributor have a no return policy on electronic parts. Good Luck, but you won't need it. This is an easy repair.
this is the wall between the freezer and the frg i think . it is warm when the compressor is running . and if hot / then look under neath unit and i thing you will fing the coils ar very dirty or the fan is not going or both . so clean coils every 3 to 4 times a year and repl fan if it has failed . and things will get better .. ,mm
Hi Jen, I would suspect the thermostat. The fact that the fan is still coming on and off is because it is more than likely getting frozen or clogged with ice making it stop and in turn cooling stops. Yep I would start with changing the thermostat.
I have a gsl25jfpe bs ge regrigerator and the baffle motor that controls air flow from the freezer to the refrigerator is out. This had been causing everthing in the fridge to freeze and cause the water to stop working due to water freezing in the storage tank. The baffle is in the back top of the fridge covered with a plastic cover. Remove plastic cover to check baffle function.