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Defrost Timer - 60Hz 120V
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PartSelect Number PS423801
Manufacturer Part Number 215846602
This Defrost Timer works like a clock by switching on the defrost heater circuit after a predetermined amount of compressor run time. This allows the defrost circuit to clear the evaporator of ice or frost to maintain proper airflow. The defrost timer is located in the control housing which is in the refrigerator section of your appliance. If this part is not working, it can lead to temperature increases in your refrigerator. If the compressor circuit fails, no cooling will take place; if the defrost circuit isn't activated, ice will quickly build up on the evaporator coils and reduce airflow and efficiency. If the timer doesn't advance or if the contacts have no continuity, the timer will need to be replaced. This timer measures approximately 3 inches long and 2.5 inches wide, and is constructed of plastic and metal. It comes in black/white/silver and is sold individually. This replacement part features 1 defrost timer.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Freezer not defrosting
  • Freezer section too warm
  • Freezer too cold
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Installation Instructions
Stephen from Warrington, PA
Fridge got warm and freezer coils were frosted
Fridge is a side by side. The freezer is pretty narrow for a guy with wide shoulders.

Pulled plug.

Had to remove bottom drawers then used nut driver to remove screws closest to back wall in drawer runners. Once the back screws were removed the runners could be swung up or down out of way so back cover could be removed.

Once back cover was removed thermostat was located attached to top pipe going into coil using a spring clamp.

Cut the wires just outside the crimp connectors going into thermostat. Released the spring clamp buy squeezing botton together.

Removed old badly corroded thermostat.

I wish I had attached the crimp connectors to the new thermostat wires before mounting it. Reaching way in the back, while turning shoulders verticly and trying to get the wire connectors set from both sides was awkward and uncomfortable...The biggest PIA of the whole task.

Once connected I let the fridge (thermostat) cool for 10 min. Turned the dial defrost timer to get it into defrost mode. Stupidly touched the heating element to see if it was getting warm...it was very hot.

Coils steamed...every looked like it was working. Unplugged, put back cover back on and retattached drawer mounts.

Plugged back in and everying is working great!
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Defrost Timer
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PartSelect Number PS11723171
Manufacturer Part Number W10822278
The Defrost Timer (Defrost control) acts like a clock by switching on the defrost heater circuit after a predetermined amount of compressor run time. This allows the defrost circuit to clear the evaporator of ice or frost to maintain proper airflow. If this part is not working, it can lead to temperature increases in your refrigerator. If the compressor circuit fails, no cooling will take place; if the defrost circuit isn't activated, ice will quickly build up on the evaporator coils and reduce airflow and efficiency. If the timer doesn't advance or if the contacts have no continuity, the timer will need to be replaced. This part is located inside of the control housing on most models, and is approximately 3 inches long and 2.5 inches wide. This part is constructed of plastic and metal, and comes in white. It features 1 defrost timer, along with all necessary mounting hardware and installation instructions
Fixes these symptoms
  • Freezer not defrosting
  • Freezer section too warm
  • Freezer too cold
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Installation Instructions
Lawrence from Grahamsville, NY
The frost free feature of the freezer was freezing over with ice and cooling coils were being insulated with thickening frost which caused the cooling air to rise in temperature from -5 degrees to 20 degrees.
I troubleshot the problem by reading the electrical schematic and concluding the heating elements (defrost cables) were either defective or the bi-metal temp sensor was open. When closed the temp sensor completes the circuit for the current to flow through the heaters to defrost the cooling coils every 8 hours and then when the bimetal opens at 55 degrees the circuit is open and the coils are cooled because the refridgeration motor is in run mode. A timer between the motor and heater elements also was defective. The timer controls the cooling period and the defrost period. I ohmed out each part according to the spec sheet of normal resistance of parts and thus the bimetal and timer were defective. I gather a surge of some duration and amplitude affected these parts because a storm 24 hours prior to refridgerator problem had passsed through the area and the AC electrical power had oscillated several times during that event. I used hand tools to do the repair. If you are not mechanically inclined a step by step proceedure would be moot. It is a matter of disassembly and assembly paying close attention to fragile parts. Read more...
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Defrost Timer - 120V 60Hz
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PartSelect Number PS423802
Manufacturer Part Number 215846604
This defrost timer is designed for use in your refrigerator. The defrost timer acts as a clock, that switches the refrigerator from the freezing cycle to the defrost cycle and back. If your refrigerator is running non-stop, or is not running at all, you may need to check and replace the defrost timer. This is a 6 hour and 21 minute defrost timer. This part is made of white plastic, with 4 metal prongs protruding from one end. To complete this repair, you will need to access the old defrost timer which is located inside the console on the roof of your refrigerator. To complete this repair, you will need a 1/4-inch nut driver, a flat blade screwdriver, and a Phillips screwdriver. Be sure to disconnect power from your refrigerator before you begin this repair.
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  • Freezer not defrosting
  • Freezer section too warm
  • Fridge and Freezer are too warm
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Installation Instructions
Dennis from BEAUMONT, TX
Freezer Freezing up and blocking the vent for refrigerator, not cooling the fridge.
Went pretty straight forward, except the heat shrink tubing was about 2 sizes too big. Would not shrink small enough to seal the connections. Even with a heat gun it would not shrink small enough. OH, another think is when I plugged the fridge back in the defrost timer was in defrost mode. Took me a few minutes to figure that out and use a screwdriver to turn the timer back to the on position. Other than that, install was pretty simple. Read more...
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Module Label Cover
PartSelect Number PS817741
Manufacturer Part Number 240570206
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Thomas from Schwenksville, PA
The ice/light buttons were cracked and broken
First of all, I ordered in the afternoon and the part was on my doorstep the very next day, amazing shipping. I shopped all over and this was the best price by a few dollars. I hope I never need any other parts, but if I do, I will come back to buy my parts here.

I pried the old cover off with a pocket knife and carefully installed the new one. Now it looks great and it only took me about 5 minutes.
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Electronic Control Board
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PartSelect Number PS10060580
Manufacturer Part Number A01078804
This electronic control board is for refrigerators. The electronic control board manages the functions of the refrigerator such as cooling and defrost times. Safely store any food that could deteriorate while the power is off and unplug the refrigerator before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands.
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Clifford from VIRGINIA BCH, VA
Evaporator coil and fan frozen; fault code HI
The fault code HI or H1 would periodically appear. Evap coil and fan would freeze over. I replaced evap fan motor, run capacitor, defrost thermostat, and temp sensor with no luck. I know Evap heater worked because I burnt my fingers on it. I noticed when I tapped on the front of the control panel to reset the fault, the evap fan would turn on. I assume the relay in the control board was intermittently faulty. I replaced the board and my fridge is good to go, finally. Read more...
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Temperature Control Board
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PartSelect Number PS4704896
Manufacturer Part Number 241739710
This part manages the refrigerator operation and components.
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Electronic Control Board
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PartSelect Number PS3503319
Manufacturer Part Number 241973711
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Electronic Control Board
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PartSelect Number PS9495117
Manufacturer Part Number 242115279
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LED Light Board
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PartSelect Number PS10060214
Manufacturer Part Number 242196204
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Defrost Timer Kit
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PartSelect Number PS11739056
Manufacturer Part Number WP2183400
This device acts like a clock. It continually advances and alternates between activating the cooling cycle and the defrost heater.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Freezer not defrosting
  • Freezer section too warm
  • Fridge too warm
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Installation Instructions
Bob from Pleasant Hill, IA
would stay in defrost mode for a long time, inside refrigerator would get warm.
Repair went fine, no problems, had to wait for fan and compressor to come on. New defrost timer must of been in defrost mode, came on in about 30 minutes and is working fine, should get a few more years out of it. Read more...

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