Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair30 - 60 mins
Age of Appliance5 - 10 years
Donovan From Temecula, CA
Mar 31, 2009
1 out of 1 people found this instruction helpful
I had a problem with the refrigerator cooling down. I looked in the freezer and the freezer wasn't doing much better as frost had ended up covering all of the vents for the cold air to circulate through the entire system. I had an appliance repair man come out to fix the fridge as it had the same problem about a year and a half ago. I checked the part that he had fixed and figured it was the adaptive defrost controller. I ordered the part and found the controller in the upper back right hand corner of the fridge under the temp control/lights.
First step was to slide out the temp control outer housing by finding the two holes in the back and pulling out evenly. There were about 5 screws that needed to be removed to access the adaptive defrost control under the inner housing. I detached the old control unit and put in a new one. The unit works perfectly now with no problems.
This was very quick and easy and I saved a ton of money doing it myself instead of calling a repair man.
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Part Number: PS2061226