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    Default GE Refrigerator Keeps Defrosting

    Hi. I have a GE top freezer refrigerator, model GTS22WCMBRCC. Lately, the freezer section has been sporadically running warm. I unplugged and cleaned out the back - a lot of dust. Btw, no frost on the coils in the freezer. Plugged it back in, everything worked fine for a day and now the freezer is starting to run warm and then cold again. Any ideas?

    Thanks.

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    Hi,

    Sounds like you'll need a new motherboard.

    Here's the parts diagram of it(Its located in the back of your refrigerator, you take off the metal access panel#803, then its #801):


    You may qualify for a free one, read post#8 here and call GE to see if you do:
    http://www.applianceblog.com/mainforums/showthread.php?t=7561

    Here's the one for your model you can order, if they don't send you a free one:
    Manufacturer's Number: WR55X10552

    WR55X10552

    Jake

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