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First check there is power to the unit and the trips and fuses are all OK
If so then unplug the unit for around 24 hours, then switch on and listen, you should hear the compressor start up ( a low buzzing sound), however if then you hear a click and it goes quiet the compressor is probably faulty. This happens often after a power outage which can produce a voltage surge.
the motherboard located behind a cover panel in the upper left hand corner of the unit is defective,it powers all aspects of the unit and is very sensitive to power surges,outages,blackouts,spikes,etc,you will need to replace it as there is no repairable parts to it,G.E, part # (WR55X10942) just unplug the unit,remove the cover,remove all harnesses to the board and replace(CAUTION) be sure to check both condensor and evaporator fan motors before replacing this board,because if one of these fan motors is bad,the new board will be destroyed immediately!!!
Just check your relay and the wiring connections! Please see that your plug point gets power supply and earthling is done properly! turn the thermostat knob to two or three setting in case it is in Zero and your unit should run. Still it does not start your compressor might have grounded and need replacement.
if the unit was working before......unplug the unit, place it where it will be used, let it stand with no power for 24 hours.......then plug the unit in and check its operation after 24 hours....I know, sounds nuts, but this has saved many from buying a new unit......not all refrigerators like to be moved.
Sounds like the unit needs a reset of sorts, Get your food into another refrigerator or ice chests and unplug the unit. let it stand open for several hours (just in case the vents are iced) and then plug it back in.
sound to me that the unit may be stuck in defrost. look for the time clock and or if it is a newer unit check your condenser coil it may be dirty. the unit may also have a leak on the refrigeration side of it.
Sound like maybe a dispenser board short... you could try taking of the top hidge cap on the freezer side unplug the power to the board there for 30 minustes or so plug back in and see if it can reset to default and try that before u have to change board