And it's almost like it's cold. It will keep opening and shutting the doors, I try to press play or some other button but it will either open back up or say no disc. After 20 or so minutes it works ok with the exception of stopping during the middle of a song occasionally. Took it to guitar center the said buy a new power strip. tried it no dice help me out here. thanks Dustin
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Some have said that if you are fridge is still making ice, then your water line may be frozen. So you need to let it thaw out by leaving the freezer door open. Figure out somewhat to try and keep the cold air in by using plastic sheeting or something, until the line thaws. You can't dispense water with the door open, so reach up press the button that makes it think its closed and try to dispense the water..or just shut the door to test it out. I am going to try this when I get home today, because I am having the same problem on my GE model# GSH25JFTA BB.
The problem is the play button itself. The controller has to be disassembled and the TAC switch needs to be replaced. Would not recommend you do it yourself unless you are good with a soldering iron. It is easy to damage the circuit board with excessive heat or if you are not very gentle removong the existing switch.
Does it make this noise only while playing a disc? or is it when it opens and closes.
If it happens while playing a disc, it could be the spindle motor or something rubbing on the disc while it is spinning. Since nothing is supposed to be rubbing on the disc, it would need to be taken apart and looked at while it is spinning to see what that is.