The GE Arctica and Profile line of refrigerators use an actual compooter muthaboard. It’s like the one in your PC or Mac except not nearly as durable. Like most of the cheesy electronics used in appliances, this muthaboard fails frequently and is expensive to replace. There was a rash of these problems a few years back. Still a common problem today.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why did I buy a refrigerator with a muthaboard?
Beats me. I’m still trying to figger out why you even *need* a muthaboard in a refrigerator.
What kinds of problems with my refrigerator may indicate a bad muthaboard?
What has GE done about this to take care of their customers, mainly me?
Well, they wrote this reel nize concession letter.
How’s a wide-eyed grasshoppah supposed to know how to replace the muthaboard?
You’re not, that’s why it comes with instructions.
Is there anything I can do to extend the life of the muthaboard?
Where’s the best place to buy the new muthaboard?
Ahh, Grasshoppah, you have saved the best question for last! Come git you one.
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