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The refrigerator is making a constant clicking noise and the temperature controls are disappearing from the display. When you click on the control the temperature shows -47 degrees for both refrigerator and freezer. This happens several times a day.

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Hi my name is Sean, I work for GE, this is a bad main control board. It is located in the rear of the unit behind an access panel about 10X6 inches big. The board usually costs 175-200.00 to buy. If you have installed 300-400. If you need any further assistance let me know.

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