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PartSelect Number PS11745205
This cold control thermostat has a temperature range from 36 degrees Fahrenheit to 17 degrees Fahrenheit and a capillary length of 26 inches.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
first I unpluged the refrigerator, then removed the nob for the cold control thermostat. then I removed the plastic cover, and removed the lightbulb. this revealed the metal plate that holds the cold control. four screws held this in place.once theplate was loose I unpluged the three wires that plug into the cold control, and removed the two srews that held it in place. then I remved the cold control thermostat, replaced it with the new one hooked up the wires, replaced the metal plate and lightbulb,and the plastic cover. plugged the refrigerator back in, and turned it back on works great now. I hope this will help others to make their repairs easier thanks, gary
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Instructions were simple and clear. Removed knob, snapped off plastic control panel. Then removed five 1/4" head sheetmetal screws to remove metal bracket holding thermostat. Two more 1/4" head screws held the thermostat to the bracket. Then pulled off the three fast-on electrical connections and pulled the thermostat and thermocouple tube out. Reversed the process to install new thermostat. My 33 year old garage refrigerator now works perfectly again! NOTE: searching for "thermostat" on the site didn't work.. It's called a "cold control thermostat" for some reason. That's redundant; other than cold, why would a themostat be in a refigerator, for heaven's sakes!?
A simple job to remove the plastic cover held by two screws. Then one screw which held the old controller frame. Then remove two screws which held controller. Putting it back was just the reverse. I did not have to adjust the new control position but with the wrench in the kit it would have been no trouble to do that either. The instructions were just fine and anyone with a little mechanical knowledge could do it
First I unplugged the appliance, then I took the two screws out that hold the cover over the temp. control knobs,then I removed the cover from the fan and thermocouple probe end. Then I unplugged the two hot wires from the thermostat,and then the ground wire. Then removed the two screws holding the thermostat in place and removed old thermostat. Installed new thermostat following steps in reverse order.
The frig was already empty....removed the plastic control knobs and loosened the hex head screws to remove the cover . The wires were the same at each contact point, so, it took about 15 minuets to adjust the control knob to match the old one and reinstall the thermostat and place the cover...The other 15 minuets I spent finding my wife to show her the frig was back to work...Just a walk in the park...
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