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PartSelect Number PS11748838
This board controls the operation of the unit.
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:
Rolled the refrigerator from the wall,unplugged it unbolted the rear cover and pull out the electric panel disconnected that and pluged the new one in and was done.Plugged back the refrigertaor in the wall and it operated like new again.EVERYTHING WENT GREAT! Very fast and easy fix......
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Replaced the circuit board, same as other repair story. The relay driver transistor seems to be a weak point as it shorts and burns the pc board runner. Easy to fix, but expensive as compared to the cost of a little better circuit design.
I called the service man to see what it would cost to repair the refrigerator. He said the board was $230.00 plus service call. I said I could buy the board for less than $100.00. He could not believe it. I got on line and showed him the cost of the board. I told him I would fix it myself. He said go for it. I removed the cardboard cover on the back-bottom of refrigerator. Removed two screws that hold the white plastic box on left hand side of refrigerator. Remove box, take off cover and remove the three wiring plugs. Removed old board and replaced with new board. Reinstalled wiring plugs, cover and mount the box back on the frig and you are good to go.
When the light of my refrigrator went out..I researched the web and found why it did, then I found Parts Select.com and they had the part I needed to fix my problem..and it worked, we saved over $400 dollars by buying this part and I thank you for being there for us.
removed back panel and on right side opened the control board assy. removed cable from board and replaced with new control board. changed the fridge door switch and pluged the electric cord back in the wall. Fridge working fine.
The repair wassimple. Just remove he back of the unit witha num driver. On the left side is a white box. Unlatch the box and the board is rght there. Un plug the unit and the three cnnections to the board. there is a plstic tab holding itin place. Swap the boards and plug the connectors back in and you are done.
Light and digital display were not working for months. Then recently the freeze would ice up and no circulation to fridge side. Researched net and saw others will similar issues. Replaced electronic control board on back of fridge (per instructions and pictures from another poster). Unscrewed a few screws and was able to easily replaced board. Pride of getting work done, low costs, and easy fix made this a very good experience.
I diagnosed the problem easily because my refrigerator lights would not come on when the door was opened and the control LEDs (temp setting for freezer and refrigerator side) were not lighted. It was as easy as ordering the part (it arrived in a couple of days), moving the refrigerator out from the wall, removing 6 or 7 quarter inch hex head screws (this was the only part that needed a tool), opening a plastic box, taking out the board (it is just snapped in place) removing 3 or 4 wire plugs (don't worry about confusing them, they are keyed and all are different from each other), then reversing the process. The whole thing took about 10 minutes. The hardest part was cleaning up the dust and dirt that had built up behind and under the appliance itself. It was a piece of cake. I figure I save over a $150!
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Pull out refrig to access lower rear area. Remove the cardboard cover (5 or 6 hex screws). White box on lower left (facing rear of box) holds the Electronic control board. Three plugs on the board and re assemble. Don't forget to vacuum the coils accessed from the front grill.The hardest part of this repair was for me to be convinced that a simple light circuit would be controlled by a circuit board.
1) Identified source of noise by listening carefully to area at back of refrigerator2) Removed cardboard panel using nut driver3) Unplug fridge!4) Remove two screws holding white plastic box on back left side5) Open box and remove circuit board and remove wire harness6) Reverse process-you should ensure you remove any static from your body by touching metal first7) Replace panels
removed the cardboard protecting compressor and fan in the back of refridge, arcing sound came from small plastic enclosure protecting mother board for the refridgerator, opened plasic cover door was opened the arcing noise came from the mother board. Looked up part on the parts select parts page for my model ordered, part came the next day removed power and replaced lights now work. Thank goodness for the inventory of parts select as it was in stock and I will use them for all my appliance parts in the future
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