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    Question refrigerator model GSL25JFPABS

    have problems cooling replaced mother board and defrost thermostat and heater but I did not replace thermistors. the freezer was working but the refrigerator side was not getting cold enough. found out the damper door was closed. I should of replaced the thermistors when I installed the new mother board. anyway I forced the damper open and it was getting cold enough to get by through the weekend until I could go back and buy the thermistors but something happened now and the freezer fan does not come on nor the compressor or fan at the bottom of fridge. it is a GE Model GSL25JFPABS. I have been looking online and found out how to test the thermistors at the mother board but this new problem I need some directions (steps) to take in testing this new problem I have already invested in parts and time I would like to fix it as soon as possible to prevent the need for a new refrigerator.

    I just registered for this site today July 21, 2014 so any pros or moderators or whoever can help I will be looking forward to hearing from you

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    Hi,

    but something happened now and the freezer fan does not come on nor the compressor or fan at the bottom of fridge.
    That sounds like a bad new part...

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Size:  3.4 KB LINK> Main control board assembly with installation instructions

    Power into the board ( see attached ) but things are not running is a bad board.

    I should of replaced the thermistors when I installed the new mother board.
    Maybe not all, but the damper and thermistor would probably be a good idea...

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Size:  23.6 KB LINK> Damper & thermistor assembly



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