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General Electric Freezer Temperature Sensor
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66 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS304103
Manufacturer Part Number WR55X10025
This sensor (Temperature Sensor, Thermistor, Refrigerator Temperature Sensor) sends the temperature reading of the compartment to the control board. If you notice your refrigerator is too warm, too cold, or not defrosting properly, then there may be a problem with your sensor. The temperature sensor can break from material fatigue or through normal use, and should be replaced. It is attached to the evaporator and control housing in your appliance. It measures approximately 1.25 inches long with 18 inch wire leads, and is constructed out of plastic. This part comes in white, beige. It includes the sensor, with wire leads.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Doesn’t stop running
  • Freezer not defrosting
  • Freezer section too warm
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Installation Instructions
Gerald from San Clemente, CA
Fridge too warm, evaporator icing up
After replacing the defrost heater, main board and thermistor I still had the same problem. Called a repair guy and he (with the help of GE on the phone) diagnosed that the temperature sensor was bad. So I ordered from partselect and installed it and it fixed the problem. Been good for a couple months (knocking on wood). To install I had to cut the 2 wires to the old sensor, crimp the 2 new wires on and snap the new sensor to the clip on the evaporator. Very easy. Make sure you seal the ends of the wire crimps so moisture doesn't get in and corrode the connection. Read more...
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General Electric Freezer Defrost Thermostat
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7 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS469269
Manufacturer Part Number 5303917954
This limiter thermostat cuts out when the temperature inside your refrigerator reaches 55 degrees Fahrenheit and kicks back in when the internal temperature drops to 20 degrees Fahrenheit. If you discover temperature issues with your refrigerator or freezer, the defrost thermostat may need to be replaced. You will need tools for this repair, including a 1/4-inch nut driver, a pair of wire strippers, and a heat gun. Be sure to disconnect power to the refrigerator before completing this repair. The defrost thermostat is located behind the back panel of your side-by-side refrigerator/freezer. You will first need to remove the panel and take the defrost thermostat out to complete the repair.
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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$37.63
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General Electric Freezer Thermostat
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6 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS2323338
Manufacturer Part Number WR50X10085
This part helps maintain a constant temperature within the appliance.
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Installation Instructions
Thomas A from BLUEMONT, VA
Freezer temp was either -20 or +30, operation was intermittant
I replaced the thermostat, all but the capillary pipe. It was stuck in the
tube in which it fits. I had to let it sit unplugged until the ice in the cap tube melted, and I was able to lightly jerk on the cap pipe until it came
loose and slipped out. Put in the new one and sealed the end of the
tube with putty.
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$39.29
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General Electric Freezer COLD CONTROL KIT
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1 Review
PartSelect Number PS9865018
Manufacturer Part Number 5304496560
This part helps maintain the desired temperature.
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$156.31
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General Electric Freezer Defrost Thermostat
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1 Review
PartSelect Number PS303430
Manufacturer Part Number WR50X10003
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$22.09
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General Electric Freezer Defrost Thermostat
PartSelect Number PS303547
Manufacturer Part Number WR50X60
This refrigerator defrost thermostat will cut out at 60 degrees Fahrenheit and kick back in when the temperature drops to 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Use it for your GE brand refrigerator.
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Installation Instructions
James from Glendale, CA
Refrigerator unable to cool below 50 degrees
The defrost timer was very easy to replace. Two screws and one electrical bracket and that was it. The defrost thermostat required the removal of the freezer shelves and rear panel. A philips for the panel screws and a slotted screw driver to wedge in-between the side and rear panel. The rear panelcame right out. The defrost thermostat is very accessible simply mounted to a metal bracket on the evaporator coil. My only problem was the new thermostat did not include instructions or a picture of a correct installation. The old thermostat did not seem it was installed correctly and it wasn't. It was simply hanging away from the evaporator coil, sort of out in space. Seeing the "V" shape on the new thermostat and metal mounting bracket configuration it was simple to see that it was suppose to fit snug against the evaporator coil. In addition to using the provided twist-on wire insolators I soldered the two electrical connections leading from the frig to the new thermostat. Reverse the above procedure and the job it finished. Now running better than new. Read more...
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$38.16
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General Electric Freezer Temperature Control Thermostat
PartSelect Number PS11767926
Manufacturer Part Number WR55X26402
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$71.37
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General Electric Freezer THERMOSTAT
PartSelect Number PS11725354
Manufacturer Part Number WR50X21296
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$258.94
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General Electric Freezer THERMOSTAT
PartSelect Number PS11737068
Manufacturer Part Number WR50X23692
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General Electric Freezer THERMOSTAT FZ HEATER
PartSelect Number PS303443
Manufacturer Part Number WR50X10023

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