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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I don't like the idea of someone just recharging a system without knowing what's truely wrong.
At this point, based on what you've said, I strongly recommend you call G.E. factory service or a dealer with a qualified service tech in the G.E. line.
G.E. has made the use of a lot of solid state boards, which may well be some if not all of your problems. It will be pricey, but a refrigerator is not a toy. I would advise the tech as well, that you had a recharge performed, and let him follow up on it.
Sounds like whoever worked on your machine isn't well qualified to service it. Newer G.E.'s can be a real bear. Sorry....
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
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