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    i have a GE bottom freezer Refrigerator PDS22SCRARSS and i changed the mother board because it was burned out after replacing the mother board the freezer started to work but the fridge is not cooling enough. the food is getting spoiled. can u please help me with it.
    think Temperature Sensor is gone bad in the fridge please can u tell me where to find the Temperature Sensor and how to replace it.

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    Hi,

    i changed the mother board because it was burned out after replacing the mother board the freezer started to work but the fridge is not cooling enough
    Started right away after the board replacement?...after a while?
    If started immediately after the repair, I 'd be rechecking the install incase something was loose like a wire connection.

    think Temperature Sensor is gone bad in the fridge
    Why? Did it test bad?
    Evaporator fan motor working? Air damper working? Light(s) go off when the door is closed? Any frost on the freezer back wall?

    Any air coming out of the damper assembly?


    Air damper assembly, refrigerator Manufacturer Number WR09X10114

    Temp sensor is on the side behind a grill. Power off, just cut and split the 2 wires to replace.


    Temperature sensor (thermistor) Manufacturer Number WR55X10025

    jeff.
    Appliance Repair Aid
    www.applianceaid.com
    JRAppliance
    www.jrappliance.ca

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    thanks for replying.
    How to find out which part is bad and please can u tell me how to fix them, if you can past video or pictures on how to fix them it would be great help.
    i am doing this stuff for first time and don't know much abt it.

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    Hi,



    Started right away after the board replacement?...after a while?
    If started immediately after the repair, I 'd be rechecking the install incase something was loose like a wire connection.
    yes it started right away after i fixed the mother board. the ware house sent me out again a different one in case the first one was bad. then i again installed the 2nd new one and that also started right away but again the fridge dint work.With both the motherboards freezer was working and fridge was not.
    i changed motherboard in the first place because my fridge was no longer cooling nor freezing and the temperature displays nothing. When i do press any adjust temperature button it beeps several times and display "000" on both display (Fridge & Freezer) and then go blank again



    Why? Did it test bad?
    Evaporator fan motor working? Air damper working? Light(s) go off when the door is closed? Any frost on the freezer back wall?
    no i dint test it. I read on some of the webpages and thought that might be the problem.
    i don't know what is Evaporator fan motor, after opening back compartment of my freezer i see one fan which runs for sometime then stops and start working again.
    Yes lights go off when door is closed and there is no frost on the freezer back wall.

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    i don't know what is Evaporator fan motor, after opening back compartment of my freezer i see one fan which runs for sometime then stops and start working again.
    When ever the compressor is running the evaporator fan motor ( in the freezer ) should also be running.
    Both fans ( condensor and evaporator ) and compressor should go on and off together.

    How to find out which part is bad
    By testing, observing and diagnosing.
    This -may- help...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7lxOq...layer_embedded

    jeff.
    Appliance Repair Aid
    www.applianceaid.com
    JRAppliance
    www.jrappliance.ca

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    By testing, observing and diagnosing.
    i dont have the ohmmeter and dont want to spend on buying it is there any other way i can do it.

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    The meter is a basic tool used to test and diagnose.
    Other than visual observation or by touching....not much else you can do.

    jeff.
    Appliance Repair Aid
    www.applianceaid.com
    JRAppliance
    www.jrappliance.ca

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