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Model # PDS22SFSBKSS Bottom Freezer. Its making a clicking sound a couple of times a day and the temperature control is not setting. I set it back to 0 for freezer and 37 for refrigerator, but it doesn't hold.

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Hi you need to replace the main motherboard, depending on the age you should call GE if they service your area they will discount the cost of the repair if it qualifies and its cheaper than doing it yourself, if it doesnt qualify then the board usually is around $175.00 just to buy not including to install if you have it installed, this needs to be done quickly prolonged use with bad motherboard on this model will damage sealed system, ruining the entire refrigerator. If you need further assistance let me know.


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