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Bryan, Home Appliance Technician
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Experience:  15 yrs. experience as a certified appliance technician.
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i have a ge refrigerater #gss25pgmb and on the digital temp

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i have a ge refrigerater #gss25pgmb and on the digital temp on the inside of the frig i have the freeer set to # XXXXX WHICH THE FReezer side works fine bu the frig side is set to 2 and all the food gets frozen? whats wrong with it?how can i fix? [email protected]    keith
this could be a number of different problems. you may have a bad control board, or temp. sensors, or even a bad damper assembly. let me check your model and i'll be back thanks Bryan
Customer: replied 8 years ago.
ok and would you know how much it will cost to fix?//??/
this is your board .these go bad allot they had to redisign them because they were bad. we change allot of these , when you change this pay attention to the instuctions it tells you on some models you have to cut one of the temp. sensors because they dont work unless you do. in the back left corner top of the fresh food section ther is a vent where your air comes through from the freezer section this is the damper. open the refrigerator door and check for air flow through it. if it doesnt the push the light button in and see if it opens if it does then your damper is good. these dampers are made to close when the door opens. we rarely have to change these though. thanks Bryan. Part(NNN) NNN-NNNN width=ifthe board runs around $109.00 and is located in the back just above the compressor cover on the left side if you pull the refrigerator away from the wall. thanks Bryan
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