I have a model GE PSC25MSTASS. I've had problems with the refrigerator and freezer cooling intermittently. The motherboard was replaced along with a compressor control recently About three weeks later, it's doing the same thing again. Refrigerator at 48 degrees, freezer at 10 degrees. It's obviously not defrosting again and the compressor/fan run constantly. Last time this happened the service tech pulled the back off the freezer and the coils were all frozen up. He ran some tests and decided the motherboard and compressor controlled needed replacing.
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Pull the refrig out from the wall , and remove the rear panel . Touch the compressor and feel if its hot or running . If the compressor is cool , then the main control board is bad ( since the compressor isn't running ) . If you can solder , you can repair the board (another paragraph ) . If the compressor is warm , then you could have a thermistor or 2 bad . This would have to be checked by a technician , unless you know how to get into the diagnostics procedure . Also , see if the compressor cooling fan is working and the black squirl cage is clean of dust .
GE had a problem with their units I dont see which model you have here but if you pull the unit out and look on the back wall lower right side and see a cover plate with about 10 screws in it ther is a main ctrl board in the and it controls just about everything in your unit There is a relay on the board that controls the compresser as well it maybe sticking at times. The crappy part is you can not just replace the relay you have to replace the whole board.. if this is the case post the model # and i will get you the part# and cost on a replacwement it is something you can do yourself