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GE electronically controlled fridge


Posted by DanO Moderator on August 29th, 2007 01:33 PM
In reply to GE Refridgerator GSS25OFMC BB by Unregistered-cosmos31 on August 29th, 2007 12:40 PM [Go to top of thread]

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> Model number incomplete by DanO on 08/28/2007
> No by DanO on 08/30/2007

Yes, the model number would have to be GSS25QFMC BB (with a "Q").

** Refrigerator and freezer shut down, intermittently , mimics a defrost cycle for hours, temperature in freezer goes higher than 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Even though there is no excessive frost or moisture on walls of freezer. Is this a motherboard problem ? **

Yours is one of GE's electronically control fridge models (unfortunately) and does have a "motherboard" (aka electronic control circuit board) which could possibly (or not) be the cause of your symptom. Unfortunately such a system can be difficult to diagnose. It you're lucky the circuit board will have visual signs of failure if it has failed.

GE GSS25QFMCBB Electronic Control
LINK > www.appliance411.com/data.php?rc=1194711

Early such models did have a problem with their thermistors (electronic temperature sensors) which could cause the control to act unusually. The original ones used to be bullet shaped with a rounded tip. If that is the style of the ones on your model, I would suggest they they be replaced to the current flat-tipped replacements (see the following link).

GE GSS25QFMCBB Temperature Thermistors
LINK > www.appliance411.com/data.php?rc=914093

JMO

Dan O.
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