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Old 08-12-2022, 01:30 PM   #1
JDC
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Default Common Failures on a GE Fridge Board Example (WR55X10775, WR55X11072 200D4852G025)

I've worked on more than a few of these boards and the outlined parts in red seemed to be the most common. These board vary in parts, especially the number of relays on them. The part numbers listed in the title are examples.

These boards (like most appliance boards nowadays) have a kind of protective shellac coated on them. I use professional strength Good Off on solder joins to remove what I can so I can get good contact with my meter leads.

A schematic exists showing what each relay is responsible but I don't have that handy right now.
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