Question about GE PFS22MIS
If the temperature is not getting set to its required settings then it can be due to faulty thermostat.Check if the thermostat is open. That thermostat is clamped to the evaporator ,and the contacts inside the thermostat are suppose to be touching each other to allow the current to flow to the defrost heater, so if they don't touch thats what we call open. You can check that part with a meter to see if it is open.Its a round part with two wires to it. once the freezer panel is off you will see it.You need to remove few screws to remove the panel to remove the thermostat.As per the problem,which you have indicated,its Thermostat.replacing the thermostat should solve the problem. --------------- Its a $13 part.TO get this part or to see this part.Please click on the link below:--- http://www.partselect.com/PartDetail.aspx?Inventory=1155318&SourceCode=5&ModelNum=pfss5njw ---------------- This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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