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Thread: GE pds20sfsalss bottom freezer refrigerator - control panel works intermittantly.

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    Default GE pds20sfsalss bottom freezer refrigerator - control panel works intermittantly.

    Both units seem to be working - the freezer got a little warm for awhile, but the door could have been ajar. The lights (bulbs) work, but the control panel lights are off, then on, etc. Any ideas? Thanks

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    Ok Davi for this you will need a new motherboard.

    Here's the motherboard for your model you can order:
    Manufacturer part number WR55X10942 is RepairClinic item number 1531075
    WR55X10942

    Its #801 here located on the back of your refrigerator:


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