Gibson Refrigerator Knobs

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$7.09
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Plug, Handle Mount
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PartSelect Number PS11738488
Manufacturer Part Number WP12246610
Sold individually.
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$22.39
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Damper Control Knob
PartSelect Number PS430256
Manufacturer Part Number 240367001
This white knob accepts a D-shaped shaft.
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$26.50
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Thermostat Knob - White
PartSelect Number PS426699
Manufacturer Part Number 216707200
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$28.01
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CONTROL-AIR FLOW
PartSelect Number PS430018
Manufacturer Part Number 240351101
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$27.17
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Thermostat Knob - White
PartSelect Number PS430183
Manufacturer Part Number 240360801
Installation Instructions
John from Pilesgrove, NJ
Lost the temperature control know
The knob came in the plastic package. It was the correct part. I opened the package and placed the knob on the prongs. Now it works fine.

Thanks
John S.
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$12.82
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Handle Mounting Button
PartSelect Number PS427805
Manufacturer Part Number 218397000
Installation Instructions
Michael from MEMPHIS, TN
Door handle had too much space between the door and handles.
Use the rubber brushing to fill the gap. Read more...
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$30.90
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KNOB-THERM
PartSelect Number PS1631909
Manufacturer Part Number 67003420
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$27.28
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Door Shelf Retainer Bar End Cap - Right Side
PartSelect Number PS470623
Manufacturer Part Number 5304402658
This refrigerator door shelf retainer bar end cap is to help support the retainer bar in place.
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$35.18
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Selector Knob
PartSelect Number PS429019
Manufacturer Part Number 218836202
This almond knob is part of the ice dispenser front.
Refrigerator Knob
PartSelect Number PS429056
Manufacturer Part Number 218845901
Installation Instructions
David from Fleetwood, PA
Freezer / refrigerator warm (not defrosting)
I checked the defrost timer (bottom front of the freezer / outside). I advanced it to send it into the defrost cycle. The heating elements in the freezer (behind the panel) did not heat up. I cut the wires going to the defrost thermostat. Turned the power back on, made sure the defrost timer was still in the defrost cycle and checked the voltage at the wires to the defrost thermostat (before the heating elements). There was power / voltage there. I jumped out / bypassed the defrost thermostat turned the power back on and the heating elements came on. The problem was the defrost thermostat. So I replaced it with a new one from PartSelect.com. How it works...
When the defrost timer is advanced to the defrost cycle the switch closes sending power to the defrost thermostat. If the temperature is low enough, the defrost thermostat switch will close and sends power to the heating elements. When the temperature rises high enough about 55 degrees the switch at the thermostat will open and the heating elements will turn off (not allowing the freezer temperature to get too high, just enough to defrost the coil). The refrigerator will turn back on when the timer advances. The defrost timer will defrost every 8-12 hours.
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