Model #PFS22MBSBBB Purchased 8/1/05. The compressor cooling fan stopped working and the fridge started to overheat. This happened on the friday night before Easter. We took the back panel off, set a small fan back there, the freezer temp went down, and the fridge worked fine all weekend. The Local electric company does appliance repairs and so I called them. The repair man said power was coming to the motor. He had brought a new mother board with him, but decided it could be just the motor, and so he ordered a new one. He came back today with the new motor and installed it, but when he plugged up the fridge it would not run, just made some clicking sounds, and so he quick unplugged it, and said - it's the mother board too. So he replaced that, and everything than ran as it was supposed to. The mother board did have a burned spot on it at C32, R6 end. I asked if he was sure the old motor was bad and he said he was sure. All that cost me was $410.00. The day the trouble started there had been a bad electrical storm that morning. Might be related. But I can't help but wonder if that motor was really bad? And how could I find out? He left the old parts here.