I have a Ge profile French door fridge/bottom freezer drawer model Pfs22sbsbss sn Ml057418 that is acting up
The main board replaced dec 2010 with part number wr55x10552
because the the temperature were fluctuating. The display was showing between 0f and 30f for the freezer and between 30f and 60f for the fridge for a few days before it finally gave up.
The board swap was simple, none of the thermistor or capacitor directions applied.
Now it is acting up again. The temperature swings up and down and, on occasion, some of the fresh food would freeze. Same symptoms as last time.
i followed Replacing both evaporator fan motor and motherboard on GE SXS Refrigerators http://appliancejunk.com/forums/index.php?topic=9940.0
I measured the voltage across pings j2-2,8 at 13.6vdc, j2-3,4 was at 12.? Vdc. Resistance between j2-3,8 was 800k at the mainboard connector and 1700k at the motor connector
I also tried some of the self-test, now the temperature displays for both are at 60f and I hear some random clicking (relay) I donít hear the compressor or fan running (they were working before I ran the self-test). What did it do?
What do you recommend that I test next? I feel that the board is a goner.
I see that the main board wr55x10552
was replaced with WR55X10942 and since been replaced with WR01F00173. I also see that my model/sn falls under GEís warranty concession. Do we know if this is still valid? I donít want to be out of pocket to replace a bad board twice..
I still have the factory-original board and sales receipt its replacement (currently in fridge) . Is there a way I can tell what PN they are? There is no obvious PN from what I can tell?