I have a GE chest freezer FCM11PHBWW. It simply stopped working after having been moved to a new house. It was not dropped or not turned on end. It was simple moved. It was then plugged into a live circuit and was dead. I have tried other outlets, have traced all wires for continuity. The compressor checks out OK with the meter. I replaced the OPL and PTC since they were cheap. The only thing left was the thermostat and it is OK too. The ONLY thing left is the LED ‘on’ light.
As far as schematics go I understand straight lines and can see what they connect to. Not a lot beyond that.
So this LED light does not have continuity. Inside it has an LED lamp and a resistor. It can’t get the freaking thing apart for fear of breaking it although I may have to. A replacement one costs about $30.00! That seems a bit exorbitant for little green light. My thought is “to cost that much this thing must be pretty damn important”. Could it be my problem?