Question about GE GSH25JSTSS Stainless Steel Side by Side Refrigerator
I don't know if it's the motherboard is making a clicking/knocking sound or stuff behind it, i tried taking the motherboard out to see if the sound come from behind the motherboard or it's the motherboard itself, but with all the wires attached i can't move it far enough to see where the sound come from.
Whatever it is it makes my frige not cooling on either side and the interior lights flashes/dims as the clicking/knocking sound occur.
Most likely the motherboard is the problem, There are several relays on the board and you might hear them clicking. a defecrive board could cause the problem you describe.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
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