How to fix a scorched muthaboard in a #GE #refrigerator

by Samurai Appliance Repair Man on April 28, 2011

in Refrigerator Repair

Your GE fridge is on the fritz and not keeping the brewskis cold anymore. So you go behind the fridge, remove the metal cover on the muthaboard compartment and SHAZAYYAM, looky yonder…

GE refrigerator scorched muthaboard
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How does a brutha fix this sucka? Ain’t but one way, Hoss: replace that mutha. Come git you a new muthaboard ratcheer.

Easy to install, just sing along with the destructions that come bundled with the new board. Good to go, sailor.

You may be wondering, “But dearly besotted Samurai, won’t the new board just blow again unless the cause of the failure is identified and correctified?”

Interesting modification of the word, “corrected,” grasshoppah.

The answer is that these electrolytic capacitors will just blow out like that without anything else necessarily being bad. But here’s a little secret: If you buy the new board through my part link, install it and it blows again in less than a year, return it for a full refund! It’s the best deal you’re gonna get all day and it makes for a risk-free repair.

Now go forth and conquer!

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