The problem i have is that the Turbo Cool light stays on all the time. If i press the light it goes out but when i close the door it comes back on. Tried unplugging the refrigerator to reset it, but it still acts the same way.
It is my understanding by reading the Refrigerator Guide that Turbo cool is only suppose to come on if i press the button for it to come on.
I had the same problem with mine, but I bought the 5 year warranty from Sears. They sent me a new board (Part Number WR55X10552) and the problem stopped. This is a common problem from what the guy at Sears told me. I put the board in myself in less than 20 minutes. It's a very easy job. I saw a few of these boards brand new on Ebay for $55.00. The board is different than the one that came with the refrigerator. It's been updated, so now when you open the doors the fan motor stays on (mine always shut off when I opened the doors with the old board). Good luck!
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I have a GE Profile Side by Side Model PSCS5RGXAFSSThe lights work but it does not cool (or work) in the Fridge side or the Freezer side. The front door panel numbers illuminate but, will not control any setting. What's wrong? The unit is 4 years old.
if turbo fans not running then the evaporators probably froze up and wont cool at all unplug and replace turbo fan and make sure u let the unit thaw completely i recommend atleast24 hours and turn back on and make sure turbo fan is running and u should be fine
Hi, If the defrost heater doesn't come on, check continuity on the bi-metal swtch located on the top of the evaporator coil. The bi-metal needs to be cold when testing it. If the switch is cold and shows an open circuit, it will need replaced. The bi-metal switch is a thermostat that turns the defrost heaters off when the desired tempurature is reached,.
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ok first the water dispenser i would take out the drip tray and run a thin bead of black silicone to seal it there as to the turbo light getting brighter its because when you switch on turbo its running more power through the switch to the fan now to the fan early model fans were noisy i think ge redid them and if you contact ge you can get one of the newer fans hopethis helps by the way loved the pics and mpeg that helps