Thanks for the manual and info, it really helps.
The fridge is a GE GFSS6KKXASS made by Samsung which I read is a RF26X
The evaporator fans each run to a transistor TIP42c. I pulled the C-Fan and FZ-Fan ones and they they both test the same, i.e. good. I swapped them and condenser fan still works but not the other 3 evaporator fans. The schematic then shows they run to and quad op amp LM324.
What is the likelihood that the 3 of the 4 amps in the IC have gone bad? I would rather just replace one IC rather then the whole board if this is a possibility. Anyone know how I would go about testing a quad op amp to see if that is the culprit?
After the LM324 they then go to the main IC, S3P848A, which seems to be the GE programmed brains of the operation. So if I could figure if it is the op amp then I could try that and not have to get a new mobo.
Also, I looked at a service manual for a GE Profile French door fridge that was also made by Samsung, I am assuming, perhaps incorrectly that these diagnotics and flashing faults codes would mean the same thing on mine.
Mine does not have any start up faults show. When I ran the self diagnostics it did not give any faults. The load conditions show faults that seem to be unrelated to the evaporator fans or inaccurate based on what is accutally occuring, e.g. flashs fault for compressor but compressor runs fine. I do get R-1b which is Refrigerator Fan low, not sure if this means low speed as there is also a Refrigerator Fan High. But I don't get any freezer fan errors.
Again thanks for the help.