Model #PTS25LBMARWW GE Top-Mount Refrigerator

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Q:

Why won't this refrigerator come back on?

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Power outages can damage the main board. First disconnect power to the refrigerator for 30 seconds and reconnect it. This will reset the board and may bring the unit back on. If the refrigerator does start, it will usually just be temporary. The main board # WR55X10942 will need to be replaced. The main board is located behind the freezer and is available at SearsPartsDirect . If you need more assistance, you can resubmit your question with more details.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
October 20, 2009
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Why is the fan in my refrigerator making noise?

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From what you are describing it sounds like the freezer fan motor will need replaced. The bearings must be going out or the fan blade is slipping or cracked. I would recommend replacing the freezer fan motor & fan blade. The part numbers are; motor WR60X10185, fan blade WR60X10185.

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biker dave -
Sears Technician
August 27, 2008
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The buzzing noise inside the freezer of your GE refrigerator, is indeed coming from the freezer fan. But the fan isn't the problem! The problem is that GE refrigerators have a defect in the design of their air circulation and defrost system. Did you ever notice frost on the rear wall of the freezer that doesn't go away, despite multiple defrost cycles? If so, that was your first clue of the problem with GE fridges. Ice on the rear wall means ice is also building up in the cold air channel, near the freezer fan. A few high-humidity days in a row can produce enough ice near the fan, that as soon as the fan switches to high, the fan blades start whacking into the ice buildup. That's when your ultra-quiet GE Profile refrigerator starts sounding like a buzz saw. The noise stops when the fan switches to low, or the ice melts or gets knocked clear of the fan blades. Pounding on the area near the fan can clear it, or you can unplug the fridge and let the ice melt. GE has a fix, but t

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Christi -
May 25, 2009
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How do I install the freezer fan for my GE refrigerator?

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On this model of refrigerator, replacing the freezer fan is not a hard job. Once you remove the rear panel in the freezer, you will see the freezer fan assembly. Fan blade part number is WR60X10205. Motor part number is WR60X10185.

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biker dave -
Sears Technician
September 04, 2008

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