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Q:

I have a GE Profile Arctica Model # PSS25NGMAWW that emits a loud clicking noise from the custom cool assembly. What could be causing the noise?

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The Refrigerator is one of the most important appliances in the home by far and a must need. So i am understanding your concern over the issue that is currently happening. I have researched your issue on this website and came across a few questions that is similar to yours. The expert provides further detailed information that might enlighten you.

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Priscilla V -
March 23, 2011
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There might be some ice buildup in the custom cool causing a bind when you are removing it. Try warming the left side with a hair dryer as you put some pressure on the custom cool to remove it.

Hopefully you will find some ice or frost causing the noise.

I am sending you an image showing removal of the damper. I hope this helps.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
March 24, 2011
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Thanks Mr K but my problem is with the custom cool assembly that affects the bottom-most drawer in the refrigerator. The assembly is located behind the deli drawer and had two electrical connectors attached to the RH side. The clicking noise comes from this assembly. There are 9 clicks in a 3-4 second period. The clicking does not occur on a regular time period. I can cause it to happen if I unplug and then replug in the power.

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John -
March 24, 2011
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John, I understand the custom cool is located behind the lower crisper drawer. I suspected there might be some ice buildup in the damper assembly causing the noise you hear. I apologize for not making myself clear. The clicks you hear are probably from the damper motor trying to move the damper to open or close the air vent from the freezer. The picture I sent shows how to remove the custom cool control unit. I hope this helps.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
March 24, 2011
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I also have this same model GE profile artica and having a problem with the doors coming open they dont seem to stay close just pop open an inch or so on the refer side

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drew -
January 17, 2016
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How do I diagnose the failure of my GE Profile Dishwasher that has no power?

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In order to diagnose the failure will require checking and verifying the voltage supply at the dishwasher junction box and where it connects to the electronic control board and sequencer. The door switches will also need to be checked for proper operation too. NOTE: I do not recommend checking and verifying voltages unless you have experience and feel safe and confident in doing so, otherwise I recommend calling a service technician to diagnose and repair your dishwasher. The junction box is located under the right front corner of the dishwasher. You will need to remove the lower access panel in order to access the junction box cover. You will also need to separate the inner door panel from the outer panel in order to access the control board and sequencer. I added an image below with the wiring circuit and instructions on how to separate the inner and outer door panels.

The voltage supply should be tested and verified at the junction box first and then tested and verified on the control circuit board at terminal connector (D). There should be 110-120 volts when measuring across D3 and D4, D3 and D2 and voltage should be present when measuring across terminal 5 at the Black plug #B (black wire with white stripe) and D3.

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
March 22, 2010
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Thanks much Joey S for the info. I have the same problem. I checked the voltage supply to the unit is about 123v using a Multi-meter. I will need to verify the voltage as you mentioned. Does it has a fuse? If it does, I hope it is just a burned fuse. They should have a fuse to protect the device, I hope. The image you attached is way too small to view. Could you please upload a bigger version or a PDF? Thanks much.

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C -
December 27, 2015
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Kenmore pro 79523 oven temperature issues

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I understand how concerning this can be. While you are waiting on an expert to answer your question, I suggest you attach complete model number to this thread so you can get a better answer from the experts on your problem your are having! Hope this helps!

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Dezeray -
February 27, 2013
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790.79523604

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Sandy -
February 27, 2013
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Thanks for the information about your model 790.79523…., Sorry you are having this issue. The issue you have described, oven not maintaining temperature and beeping while attempting to, could be a sign of many things from a control glitch, wiring connections to component failures.There is no reset button. My suggestion for resetting would be to disconnect power supply to product, for at least one minute, after reapplying power check operation and if there is still an issue you should call for service as testing will requires special tools and equipment and the experience of a qualified technician. Here is the link to: Sears Home Services I hope this helps. If you need additional assistance please reply with added details and I will be happy to respond. Ron H.

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Ron H -
Sears Technician
February 28, 2013
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We had this same thing happening- not only during cleaning, but a general problem keeping the oven turned on! This range has been a pretty big disappointment over all, but in this case, they were able to fix the issue by swapping out a thermostat or some such. It had only recently become a known issue with this unit, but it was a known issue for sure. While we have other goofy issues with this range, this particular one is gone.

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Joel -
March 10, 2015
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We have this same problem. Got the range in 2012 and the issue started almost immediately, although it would resolve itself if we turned it off and on and it didn't happen all that often. Now, it is a constant thing and happens almost every time we use the oven. Always happens on "bake" and happens less frequently on the convection settings. Husband HATES this rate. Wants the GE profile range back. I picked this one out, so it is "my fault". Arrrgh. We have a repair person coming tomorrow. I sure hope it can get sorted out. This beast is too heavy to just swap with someone or sell on Craigslist. I love the way it looks and the range top is GREAT, but this oven makes us want to take the shotgun to it.

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karen -
November 30, 2015
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