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High Limit Thermostat
PartSelect Number PS1015591
Manufacturer Part Number WP28X10013This protector heater, also known as a high limit thermostat, is a genuine OEM part. Its function is to keep the heating coils from getting too hot by providing and automatic shutoff, which is an important safety feature in your appliance. When replacing the high limit thermostat, make sure to first unplug the appliance, and wear work gloves when completing the repair.
Thermostat - L167-30F
PartSelect Number PS1019181
Manufacturer Part Number WP28X10014This is a protector heater for your room air conditioner. This projector heater is round, it is made of metal and chrome colored, and it is just under two inches in diameter. This part helps protect the heater coils in your AC unit by turning it off if it detects temperatures higher than normal within the heater coil area. You will find this part behind the control panel.
PartSelect Number PS2577752
Manufacturer Part Number WJ27X10122
Fixes these symptoms
- Does not blow cold air
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dan from LAKE CHARLES, LA
No coolinHave not repaired still waiting on parts. Yes it has been on order for a long time. Did yall just take my money and ship non parts? Read more...
PartSelect Number PS3512392
Manufacturer Part Number WP27X10066THERMOSTAT
PartSelect Number PS1482634
Manufacturer Part Number WJ26X10251
Thermostat with Clip and Guide
PartSelect Number PS11738321
Manufacturer Part Number WP1160325This thermostat is for residential air conditioners and is responsible for regulating temperature. The thermostat comes with the clip to attach it to your AC and a visual guide to help with the repair. If your thermostat will not cool properly, or the compressor will not switch on or off, you could have a faulty thermostat. Before you replace your thermostat, remove it from the unit and clear any dust or debris that has built up, because a buildup of dust can interfere with the reading. If the issue continues, you should replace the part. Make sure the power is disconnected to your air conditioning unit before you begin the repair.
Ron from Knob Noster, MO
Ac Would Cool But Compresser Would Not Cycle On &OffReplaced the temp control and sensor. Controls on this unit are easy to get to and electrical connections were slide ons Read more...
PartSelect Number PS1517881
Manufacturer Part Number WJ28X10052
PartSelect Number PS3511855
Manufacturer Part Number WJ27X10145THERMOSTAT