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Old 12-08-2013, 11:35 AM  
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I have a problem, my GE Profile has hot coils, the fan is turning very slowly (1 rev every 5 seconds). How do I get the fan out (the coil is blocking the white tub from coming out)?


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Someone moved this to the wrong forum??


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Hi,

Model#?
Profile is just a name...
http://www.applianceaid.com/model-number.php

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Jeff,

It's a PFS22SISBSS. I bought a new motherboard and that fixed the fan problem. Now I can still here the relay clicking but the compressor doesn't come on (though I can here the fans inside are on).

How do I troubleshoot now? Could it be a starter relay? Is it the compressor?
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Could it be a starter relay?
Could be, could be compressor, could be both.

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Is it the compressor?
That is possible yes.

http://www.applianceaid.com/refriger...p.php#clicking


Compressor start device Manufacturer Number WR07X10097

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Jeff,

Thanks, I'll get a reading on the ohms tonight.

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Looks like I'll be ordering a new capacitor and starter relay tomorrow. I'll post my results when they're installed.
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Please do keep us posted.

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Jeff,

Thank you so much for your help! I replaced motherboard the other night and that made the condenser fan work, just now replaced the starter relay and the compressor is working! Down 3 degrees in about half an hour! Thanks for the help and the diagram!
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Thankx for the update

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