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Defrost Timer - 120V 60Hz
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PartSelect Number PS310869
Manufacturer Part Number WR9X502
This defrost timer will cycle for 25 minutes after every six hours of run time. The timer itself is made of plastic, and its terminals are bent, the leads are internal, and the label is orange. If you notice that your fridge is too warm, the fridge is running for a long time or is leaking, it could be due to the defrost timer becoming inactive. The defrost timer is found underneath the light cover (may need to remove lightbulb) and will need to be removed along with the air inlet assembly and housing.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Freezer not defrosting
  • Freezer section too warm
  • Freezer too cold
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Installation Instructions
Wanda from Cabins, WV
refrigerator was not cooling but the freezer worked fine.
My husband put on the defrost timer. At first I thought the part was not going to fix the problem. After about 5 hours my refrigerator was still warm. I went to work and when I got home that evening my refrigerator was cooling and down to 28 degrees. So if you replace this part wait at least 12-24 hours. Give it time to stablize. My husband says it has to go through its cycle. It works on a 24 hour timer. My refrigerator is working fine and this has saved me alot of money. My husband says, once you put on the timer you may have to use a flat screwdriver and turn the small dial clockwise one click to start it. He removed the kick grill and replaced the part. Dont forget to shut breaker off to replace this part. Turn power back on and start the timer. We are so happy that we now have a working refrigerator. Read more...
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Defrost Timer
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PartSelect Number PS310858
Manufacturer Part Number WR9X489
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
  • Freezer too cold
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Installation Instructions
Richard from West Alton, MO
Freezer was still simi-cold but refrigerator was not.
Called a friend that lead me down the right path so i did a search for the part's and found this site. The trouble shooting that outher's had done was the same as mine, I descovered that the coil's in the freezer had frozen up complety. They are located behind a plasic cover in the freezer area, it had frozen up due to the Defrost heater element being defective, when i took it out it was black and burnt looking,It is located at the bottom edge of the coils,2 bolt's and a plug in on each side. That is probally the only part i needed but i went ahead and replaced the sensor and timer also.The sensor wires in the freezer( located on the very top of the coils) had to be cut and the new ones spliced in, only 2 wires and easy access. I also put shrink wrap on the splices to protect them from mosisture. The timer was located in the fridge area by the temp. control knobs. 2 small bolts and a plug in was all on it. It's been 5 day's and so far so good. The worst part was defrosting the frozen coils. This was done with the wife's hair dryer and a couple towel's to soak up the water. Don't just let the water go down the drain hole because the tray that catches it will not hold all the water from the frozen coil's. Just a reminder, don't forget to unplug the unit when working on it. Hope this help's and was very easy install, Cost about $125 in part's and a couple hours of labor(did a good cleaning while it was eampty for the repair) Good luck. Read more...
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BOARD Assembly MAIN CONTROL
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PartSelect Number PS3496898
Manufacturer Part Number WR55X11072
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Ronnie from WEST PADUCAH, KY
Mother board
Unplug,snap in,plug up Read more...
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Dispenser Control Board - 2 Slide Switches
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PartSelect Number PS304236
Manufacturer Part Number WR55X129
It is used with those refrigerators that have an ice and water dispenser in the door.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Ice maker not making ice
  • Ice maker won’t dispense ice
  • Not dispensing water
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Installation Instructions
Michael from Allen, TX
Ice cubes do not dispense because auger does not turn. Bad switch on control board.
1) Turn off water line and unplug power.
2) Pop off front panel plate at ice cube select switch area.
3) Unscrew 4 screws that holds control panel housing in place.
4) Remove panel assembly by disconnecting two different wiring plugs.
5) Unscrew 2 screws that allows access to control circuit board at end cap.
6) Remove circuit board by sliding it out of the assembly housing.
7) Install new circuit control board in assemble housing and screw on end cap retainer.
8) Attach two electrical wiring plugs.
9) Install control board assemble housing into frig opening and secure with 4 screws.
10) Install front panel plate (pops on).
11) Plug in power and turn on water line.
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CONTROL DEFROST MODULE
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PartSelect Number PS10065388
Manufacturer Part Number WR55X21623
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Defrost Timer
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PartSelect Number PS310852
Manufacturer Part Number WR9X483
This refrigerator defrost timer will cycle for thirty minutes after every ten hours of run time.
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HAE-YOUNG from Douglaston, NY
This refrigerator had pawer( lite was on) but nothing turning--motor or fan. Turned control temperature min-max - no cange.
Found burned Defrost timer contacts. Read more...
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Defrost Control
PartSelect Number PS310930
Manufacturer Part Number WR9X520
This device acts like a clock. It continually advances and alternates between activating the cooling cycle and the defrost heater.
Fixes these symptoms
Installation Instructions
ELLIS from LEANDER, TX
fridge was warm
first remove the one screw holding the cover over the defrost timer, grasp the timer and unplug from the male plug end. insert the new timer. replace the cover and the one screw. plug in the fridge enjoy.
my old fridge was 30 years old and i had to replace the timer many times.
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Defrost Control
PartSelect Number PS288216
Manufacturer Part Number WR09X10041
This part acts as a safety device against over-heating in case of mechanical failure.
Installation Instructions
MICHAEL from ALEXANDRIA, VA
Poor cooling, running all the time
Removed two screws holding the cover. Unclipped and unplugged the defroster timer. Plugged in the new one . Replaced the cover. Finished. Read more...
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Defrost Timer
PartSelect Number PS310990
Manufacturer Part Number WR9X565
This device acts like a clock. It continually advances and alternates between activating the cooling cycle and the defrost heater.
Installation Instructions
GERALD from MORRISON, CO
Frig Box Freezing - Freezer Turning Into An Oven
In freezer box removed shelf, removed 2 screws from back panel, removed 3 plastic covers (1 with 2 screws, other 2 snaped out. Unsnaped defrost thermostat from copper tube then cut 2 wires (yellow & orange) stripped all wires back a little then used 2 wire nuts to reconnect the new thermostat and resnapped back onto the copper tube. Removed 4 screws from evaporator fan housing (original one warped from overheat and caused fan blade to get chewed up) unpluged fan motor wiring and removed ground wire and motor from warped housing, removed fan plade by just pulling on it. Installed new fan blade by pushing it on the fan motor shaft, reinstalled the fan to the housing and the housing into the freezer box. In the frig box I removed the control panel from top of the box by removing 4 screws and unpluging the main wiring plug and the defroster control then reinstalled it all in reverse order. Also had to renew the stick on foam on the evap fan housing. Over all it was an easy task. Read more...
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Defrost Timer
PartSelect Number PS310849
Manufacturer Part Number WR9X480
This refrigerator defrost timer will cycle for twenty-five minutes after every six hours of run time. The timer itself is made of plastic, but its terminals are bent and the leads are external.
Installation Instructions
Ronald from Matawan, NJ
Defrost clock failure
Contact points on original defrost clock burnt out after 36 years of continued use. Hotpoint does not stock replacement defrost clock. PartSelect replacement clock was a simple substitute which fits directly into the original mounting bracket. Space is tight to get the part out, so remove screw in upper right hand corner of bracket to disconnect clock from bracket. Then remove bracket and pull clock out. NOTE: Original part had wire color codes on the clock and the replacement part does not. Make a note of the order of the color connections and connect new clock in the same order. Replacement part has no ground wire since housing is entirely plastic. Push clock back behind frame. Reposition bracket. Install screw to mount bracket to clock. Then screw bracket back into frame. Glad I found Part Select online... saved me the hassle of getting my old spare fridge out of the basement! Read more...

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