20 Most Recent GE Monogram Side by Side Refrigerator Questions & Answers


The gasket may have worn some causing an air leak,.and you
are seeing water condensation from the leak. Try adjusting
the door hinge. Close the door on a piece of paper and see if
you can pull the paper out. Adjust the hinge until the paper is
tight.You may have to adjust both hinges to align it properly.

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Feb 11, 2018


Check in the back wall of the refrigerator section and confirm the water dispenser reservoir is not frozen.

Listen for the solenoid valve to click when actuating the water dispenser. If no click check the solenoid valve.

The wires for the switch are in the door hinge of the freezer. Confirm that they have not failed.

Hope this is a helps?

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Jun 18, 2017


Need more info like how long have you had this fridge, humidity levels, etc. One thing that comes to mind is a clogged drain tube.

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Sep 01, 2016


Only a few degrees higher than normal fridge temp...like 41 degrees F

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Jul 20, 2016


There is no such button. What part # was on the replacement control board? Your model also has an INVERTER used to control the compressor... When the machine is turned "on" does the fan in the freezer and the fan near the compressor run? Is there any frost on the back wall of the freezer, or is it room temp? GE Refrigerator Main Control Board WR49X10152 .... GE Inverter Board WR49X10283 These two parts control compressor function on your fridge, the first two are the expensive parts called for by your model number- the second two are identical function, but cheaper part number!

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Jul 06, 2016


Hi,

Which model do you have? Its easier to tell you when I can get the information of the unit. I can guess, obstructed drain to the evaporator in the fresh food section, or a leaking water tank, but not sure as all units are not built the same. Thanks

I’m happy to help further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/gere_bf68e6055dd61249

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Apr 16, 2016


It could be loose or need a bit of oil on it

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Feb 20, 2016


This is not difficult to troubleshoot.
  • When the arm is up the ice maker is off
  • When the bucket is full the arm is up the maker is off.
  • If the ice maker has a on/off button in off the ice maker is off
  • If the ice maker internal heater fails the cubes will not release and the white plastic ejector arms will be rotated CCW and pressing against the ice in the tray, Normal position for ejector arms is vertical.
  • If water solenoid has failed or water supply not available the ice maker will cycle. The ice tray will be empty,(hard to see if ice tray is empty). Check and replace water fill solenoid.
  • If ice in tray and ejector arms vertical several possibilities.
    • Freezer not cold enough to trip thermostat in ice maker to initiate release cycle.
    • Check freezer temperature <10 Fahrenheit thermostat in ice maker failure
    • Ice maker motor failure,
    • Internal ice maker electrical connections rotary switch failure,
    The best way to check the operation is to manually lock the arm up into the off retention position. Wait a minimum of one hour. Open door and release arm down. Observe the operation of the ice maker. Is after a minute or so the ejector arm does not rotate then it is likely the ice maker has failed internally. If the ejector turns and no ice than you can assume either the water supply is off external from the refrigerator or more likely the water solenoid located behind the bottom back cover has failed. It is also possible that the hose that connects the solenoid to the ice maker has frozen right where it enters the freezer just above the ice maker. You should see ice built up at the entrance where the water fills the tray if this has occurred.


Ice Maker Repair

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Dec 22, 2015


Check the compressor start relay/capacitor for operation. Then if ok make sure that electricity is reaching the motor windings - if not, you need to find out why not. Could be a bad thermostat, a stuck defrost timer, etc. You have to roll up your sleeves and get cracking.

If juice is at motor windings and it does nt run then you have a bad motor needing replacement. Ouch.

Otherwise, get your dinero and call out he repairman.

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Nov 22, 2015


this GE monogram did not cool due to a burned compressor. Thats how I replaced that compressor. But there might be anything else wrong with it.

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Sep 07, 2015


Just to give you an idea about what might make that noise check my video out. A list You will see how compressor mounted and check Your own fridge from where noise might come from.

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Aug 23, 2015


check fan operation if fan not working will cause icing and the air wont pass thru causing temperature to rise in unit than defrost cycle removes some of icing and unit will work to cool down till iced over --other is defrost timer damaged or electrical connection problem

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Aug 23, 2015


This could be a thermostat problem.

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Jun 24, 2015


It doesn't cool
  1. Condenser coils
Make sure you dust off the condenser coils to prevent dust build up and overheating due to it overworking. Simply unplug and use a long coil cleaning brush to get rid of debris.
  1. Check seals
If your refrigerator door seal is broken, warm air is pushing its way inside the unit, thus causing it to not cool properly. Prevent this from happening by replacing your seal and keeping the cool air inside.
  1. Temperature controls
Ensure that your thermostat is set correctly, usually 38-40 degrees Fahrenheit.
  1. Defective condenser fan
When this fan is defective, cold air is prevented from flowing through the vents. It may require replacement.
  1. Compressor issues
Check if there are clicking sounds coming from the compressor as it tries to start. If there is a clicking, it is one of only two options, either the start capacitor or a bad compressor. A start capacitor is fairly inexpensive whereas a sealed system repair on the compressor is very expensive and often not cost effective. Refrigerator Repair Help Troubleshooting and Parts

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Mar 29, 2015


overview of a condenser unit on ge monodram and compressor replacement

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Mar 28, 2015


check if it is the fan make that noise and not the compressor but if it is the compressor then you might need a new starter unit to the compressor

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Mar 28, 2015


The tapping sound you hear is just the refrigerant going through the system. It is normal.

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Mar 09, 2015


here I replaced compressor on GE Monogram. U can see how machinery compartment made on Almost all models of Monograms. Thanks. Hope that helps.

GE Monogram Side... | Answered on Mar 01, 2015

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