Troubleshoot a GE Profile refrigerator by checking for common problems such as defective condenser fan motors, malfunctioning defrost control boards and improperly installed or clogged water filters. Start by checking for simpler issues, such as blown fuses or tripped circuit breakers, before proceeding to the more complex problems.Continue Reading
If a GE Profile refrigerator is not cold enough, the condenser fan motor may be defective. The condenser fan motor is located beneath the fridge near the back, and cools the condenser coils by passing air over them. If replacing this part does not fix the problem, check if the condenser coils are dirty, and clean them out.
If a GE Profile refrigerator is not defrosting, examine the defrost control board or the defrost thermostat. The defrost control board monitors and determines how often to run the defrost cycle. If the board fails, replace it with a new one. However, it is essential to examine the defrost thermostat and defrost heater for continuity before replacing the defrost control board.
If the refrigerator is leaking water, the water filter might be clogged or improperly installed. Replace the filter if clogged, or reinstall it if improperly installed. If the problem persists, check if the water inlet valve is cracked or has a loose fitting, and repair or replace it accordingly.
If the GE Profile refrigerator is equipped with water and ice dispensers that are not working, check the dispenser’s control board and switch. Replace a defective control board or switch to solve the problem. If the model has a water filtration system, ensure that it is installed properly and is not clogged.
A dirty water filter should be replaced with a new one of the same kind.
If the refrigerator does not operate, first confirm the appliance is plugged into a working outlet. If the problem persists, a circuit breaker may have tripped or a fuse blown off. Replace a blown fuse and reset a circuit breaker. Note that GE Profile refrigerators do not operate when in a defrost cycle, so wait for half an hour for the cycle to end and check if the refrigerator is opera Learn more about Refrigerators & Freezers