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R0161087 R0161088 | Whirlpool Refrigerator Thermostat Replacement

Replacement Defrost Thermostat used on some Amana, Caloric, Kenmore, Maytag, Modern Maid and Whirlpool Refrigerator models.Directly Replaces: R0161087, R0161088, AP4247469, 10544001, 10544003, 12017802, 12017804, 12017814, 223389, AH2167865, C8972009, EA2167865, PS2167865, AP4247470, 10544005, 12017806, 12017816, 12017823, 67003693, 992, AH2167866, EA2167866, PS2167866.Specifications: Includes wire harness. Clip-on. L48-33 degrees. 0.14375 lbs.Diagnosis and Repair TipsDiagnosis and Repair TipsRepair Skill Level:Failure Symptoms: Ice and/or frost buildup on the rear panel or floor inside the freezer, depending on the style and placement of the evaporator coil. Evaporator fan not running in some models. How to test: Using a multimeter, measure continuity through the thermostat before defrosting. The thermostat must be very cold before it will close the circuit. If found to have no continuity or the thermostat looks to be expanded or disfigured, it is faulty.Repair Tip: Some thermostats have plug in style wire connectors. Most will have to be spliced in using wiring connectors. It is recommended to use "pigtail connectors" and seal the connection with silicone after crimping. Search Appliance Repair Forum for related posts.Disclaimer: Information and recommendations contained herein are believed to be accurate as of the date hereof. Since the conditions and methods of use of the information referred to are beyond control, ApplianceRepairForum.com and Appliance Zone, cannot be held liable for results obtained or arising from use or reliance on such information. The User assumes responsibility associated with making test measurements, adjustments, parts replacements and any other action necessary to perform any recommended procedures. It is the responsibility of the User to ask for clarification if a recommendation is not fully understood, including the risks and hazards associated with the recommended procedures.//

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Rexair D4 Series Pigtail Cord Electric Hose

Rainbow/Rexair Elect. Hose (Brown) Assy for D4 series Rainbow Electric Vacuum Cleaner Hose 7'. Black Vinyl Wire Reinforced Hose 10" 2 pin male pigtail at machine end of hose 18" 2 pin socket pigtail at other end of hose Metal swivel handle with suction control sleeve NO LOCKING BUTTON ON METAL HANDLE

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Lead Wire AC67VBAKZV06

This is the lead wire with two pins for Panasonic Canister Vacuum Cleaner Models MCV9638 MCV9640 MCV9644, MC-V9644-02, MC-V9644-00, MC-V9641-00, MC-CG983-00, MC-CG917-00 Power Nozzles. Also called Panasonic Lead Wire "A" Unit. Pigtail 2 wire cord. Also fits Kenmore Powermate Power Nozzle C50XCRF1W017 Kenmore Power-mate 116.25615500 Part#: AC67VBAKZV06.

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4387489 | Whirlpool Refrigerator Defrost Thermostat Replacement

Replacement defrost thermostat used on some Kenmore, KitchenAid and Whirlpool Refrigerator models. Directly Replaces: 4387489, 1103841, 1103842, 1106890, 1108182, 2946, 434424, 480478, 480594, 480595, 480851, 481227, 482290, 482697, 483006, 483007, 513315, 513548, 513574, 513989, 513990, 515246, 515315, 530215, 530216, 530217, 530253, 530254, 530317, 530318, 530327, 530328, 530435, 530990, 531068, 531069, 531479, 531480, 531668, 531669, 531676, 531678, 531679, 531680, 531689, 531690, 531813, 531814, 547048, 547069, 547088, 547089, 99989718, 989685, 989626, 989625, 989624, 989589, 989588, 989579, 989578, 989553, 989320, 989319, 937304, 937303, 937072, 937071, 936140, 936139, 934469, 934468, AH371244, EA371244, PS371244, AP3108444. Specifications: L70-58F Open at 70F close at 12F. 6" leads with stripped wire ends. Diagnosis and Repair Tips Diagnosis and Repair Tips Repair Skill Level: Failure Symptoms: Ice and/or frost buildup on the rear panel or floor inside the freezer, depending on the style and placement of the evaporator coil. Evaporator fan not running in some models. How to test: Using a multimeter, measure continuity through the thermostat before defrosting. The thermostat must be very cold before it will close the circuit. If found to have no continuity or the thermostat looks to be expanded or disfigured, it is faulty. Repair Tip: Some thermostats have plug in style wire connectors. Most will have to be spliced in using wiring connectors. It is recommended to use "pigtail connectors" and seal the connection with silicone after crimping. Search Appliance Repair Forum for related posts. Disclaimer: Information and recommendations contained herein are believed to be accurate as of the date hereof. Since the conditions and methods of use of the information referred to are beyond control, ApplianceRepairForum.com and Appliance Zone, cannot be held liable for results obtained or arising from use or reliance on such information. The User assumes responsibility associated with making test measurements, adjustments, parts replacements and any other action necessary to perform any recommended procedures. It is the responsibility of the User to ask for clarification if a recommendation is not fully understood, including the risks and hazards associated with the recommended procedures. //

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W10225581 | Whirlpool Refrigerator Defrost Thermostat Replacement

Replacement Bimetal Defrost Thermostat used on some Amana, Crosley, Estate, Ikea, Inglis, Jenn Air, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Magic Chef, Maytag, Roper and Whirlpool Refrigerator models. Directly Replaces: W10225581, W10260437, AP4511066, 2321799, 2321802, 2319914, 2188824, 2315504, 1872722, 2149849, 2161331, 2176066, 2196155, 2266066, 2266067, 2317087, 4387498, AH2376801, EA2376801, PS2376801. Specifications: Approx. 9.75"L x 1"W x 1"Dia. 0.04375 lbs Diagnosis and Repair Tips Diagnosis and Repair Tips Repair Skill Level: Failure Symptoms: Ice and/or frost buildup on the rear panel or floor inside the freezer, depending on the style and placement of the evaporator coil. Evaporator fan not running in some models. How to test: Using a multimeter, measure continuity through the thermostat before defrosting. The thermostat must be very cold before it will close the circuit. If found to have no continuity or the thermostat looks to be expanded or disfigured, it is faulty. Repair Tip: Some thermostats have plug in style wire connectors. Most will have to be spliced in using wiring connectors. It is recommended to use "pigtail connectors" and seal the connection with silicone after crimping. Search Appliance Repair Forum for related posts. Disclaimer: Information and recommendations contained herein are believed to be accurate as of the date hereof. Since the conditions and methods of use of the information referred to are beyond control, ApplianceRepairForum.com and Appliance Zone, cannot be held liable for results obtained or arising from use or reliance on such information. The User assumes responsibility associated with making test measurements, adjustments, parts replacements and any other action necessary to perform any recommended procedures. It is the responsibility of the User to ask for clarification if a recommendation is not fully understood, including the risks and hazards associated with the recommended procedures. //

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4387503 | Whirlpool Refrigerator Defrost Thermostat Replacement

Replacement Defrost Thermostat used on some Caloric, Crosley, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Magic Chef, Maytag, Roper and Whirlpool Refrigerator models.Directly Replaces: 4387503, 2149641, 2149643, 2163894, 2172694, 2182380, 2183072, 2221677, 4343917, 586213, 61002113, AH371255, EA371255, AP3108454, PS371255, R0950042. Specifications: Clip-on. L62-14F 0.4375 lbsDiagnosis and Repair TipsDiagnosis and Repair TipsRepair Skill Level:Failure Symptoms: Ice and/or frost buildup on the rear panel or floor inside the freezer, depending on the style and placement of the evaporator coil. Evaporator fan not running in some models. How to test: Using a multimeter, measure continuity through the thermostat before defrosting. The thermostat must be very cold before it will close the circuit. If found to have no continuity or the thermostat looks to be expanded or disfigured, it is faulty.Repair Tip: Some thermostats have plug in style wire connectors. Most will have to be spliced in using wiring connectors. It is recommended to use "pigtail connectors" and seal the connection with silicone after crimping. Search Appliance Repair Forum for related posts.Disclaimer: Information and recommendations contained herein are believed to be accurate as of the date hereof. Since the conditions and methods of use of the information referred to are beyond control, ApplianceRepairForum.com and Appliance Zone, cannot be held liable for results obtained or arising from use or reliance on such information. The User assumes responsibility associated with making test measurements, adjustments, parts replacements and any other action necessary to perform any recommended procedures. It is the responsibility of the User to ask for clarification if a recommendation is not fully understood, including the risks and hazards associated with the recommended procedures.//

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WR50X124 | GE Refrigerator Defrost Thermostat Replacement

Replacment Defrost Thermostat used on some GE, Hotpoint, Kenmore, Montgomery Wards and RCA Refrigerator models. Directly Replaces: WR50X124, AP2071264, 304832, AH303473, EA303473, PS303473, WR50X0124. Specifications: L72-44F Defrost Thermostat. 1/2" side push on clip. 24" leads with stripped wire ends. Diagnosis and Repair Tips Diagnosis and Repair Tips Repair Skill Level: Failure Symptoms: Ice and/or frost buildup on the rear panel or floor inside the freezer, depending on the style and placement of the evaporator coil. Evaporator fan not running in some models. How to test: Using a multimeter, measure continuity through the thermostat before defrosting. The thermostat must be very cold before it will close the circuit. If found to have no continuity or the thermostat looks to be expanded or disfigured, it is faulty. Repair Tip: Some thermostats have plug in style wire connectors. Most will have to be spliced in using wiring connectors. It is recommended to use "pigtail connectors" and seal the connection with silicone after crimping. Search Appliance Repair Forum for related posts. Disclaimer: Information and recommendations contained herein are believed to be accurate as of the date hereof. Since the conditions and methods of use of the information referred to are beyond control, ApplianceRepairForum.com and Appliance Zone, cannot be held liable for results obtained or arising from use or reliance on such information. The User assumes responsibility associated with making test measurements, adjustments, parts replacements and any other action necessary to perform any recommended procedures. It is the responsibility of the User to ask for clarification if a recommendation is not fully understood, including the risks and hazards associated with the recommended procedures. //

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4387490 | Whirlpool Refrigerator Defrost Thermostat Replacement

Replacement Defrost Thermostat used on some Amana, Crosley, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, Magic Chef, Maytag, Roper and Whirlpool Refrigerator models. Directly Replaces: 4387490, 2176941, 2183073, 586200, 9791823, AH371245, EA371245, AP3108445, PS371245. Specifications: L6.7-14.SC 5/16" Side Push on Clip 5.5" Leads with Stripped Wire Ends Diagnosis and Repair Tips Diagnosis and Repair Tips Repair Skill Level: Failure Symptoms: Ice and/or frost buildup on the rear panel or floor inside the freezer, depending on the style and placement of the evaporator coil. Evaporator fan not running in some models. How to test: Using a multimeter, measure continuity through the thermostat before defrosting. The thermostat must be very cold before it will close the circuit. If found to have no continuity or the thermostat looks to be expanded or disfigured, it is faulty. Repair Tip: Some thermostats have plug in style wire connectors. Most will have to be spliced in using wiring connectors. It is recommended to use "pigtail connectors" and seal the connection with silicone after crimping. Search Appliance Repair Forum for related posts. Disclaimer: Information and recommendations contained herein are believed to be accurate as of the date hereof. Since the conditions and methods of use of the information referred to are beyond control, ApplianceRepairForum.com and Appliance Zone, cannot be held liable for results obtained or arising from use or reliance on such information. The User assumes responsibility associated with making test measurements, adjustments, parts replacements and any other action necessary to perform any recommended procedures. It is the responsibility of the User to ask for clarification if a recommendation is not fully understood, including the risks and hazards associated with the recommended procedures. //

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5303918214 | Frigidaire Refrigerator Defrost Thermostat Replacement

Replacement Defrost Thermostat used on some Crosley, Electorlux, Frigidaire, Gibson, Kenmore and Westinghouse Refrigerator models. Directly Replaces: 5303918214, 75303918214, 892545, AH469522, EA469522, PS469522, AP2150145. Specifications: Defrost thermostat kit. Approx. 7"L x 1"W x 1"H. 0.0375 lbs Diagnosis and Repair Tips Diagnosis and Repair Tips Repair Skill Level: Failure Symptoms: Ice and/or frost buildup on the rear panel or floor inside the freezer, depending on the style and placement of the evaporator coil. Evaporator fan not running in some models. How to test: Using a multimeter, measure continuity through the thermostat before defrosting. The thermostat must be very cold before it will close the circuit. If found to have no continuity or the thermostat looks to be expanded or disfigured, it is faulty. Repair Tip: Some thermostats have plug in style wire connectors. Most will have to be spliced in using wiring connectors. It is recommended to use "pigtail connectors" and seal the connection with silicone after crimping. Search Appliance Repair Forum for related posts. Disclaimer: Information and recommendations contained herein are believed to be accurate as of the date hereof. Since the conditions and methods of use of the information referred to are beyond control, ApplianceRepairForum.com and Appliance Zone, cannot be held liable for results obtained or arising from use or reliance on such information. The User assumes responsibility associated with making test measurements, adjustments, parts replacements and any other action necessary to perform any recommended procedures. It is the responsibility of the User to ask for clarification if a recommendation is not fully understood, including the risks and hazards associated with the recommended procedures. //

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5303918202 | Frigidaire Refrigerator Defrost Thermostat Replacement

Replacement defrost thermostat used on some Crosley, Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Kenmore Tappan, Universal and Westinghouse Refrigerator models. Directly Replaces: 5303918202, 241619705, 833603, AH469510, EA469510, PS469510, AP2150133. Specifications: L45-22F Thermosat Kit. 5/16" side push on clip. 4" & 6" leads with stripped wire ends. Diagnosis and Repair Tips Diagnosis and Repair Tips Repair Skill Level: Failure Symptoms: Ice and/or frost buildup on the rear panel or floor inside the freezer, depending on the style and placement of the evaporator coil. Evaporator fan not running in some models. How to test: Using a multimeter, measure continuity through the thermostat before defrosting. The thermostat must be very cold before it will close the circuit. If found to have no continuity or the thermostat looks to be expanded or disfigured, it is faulty. Repair Tip: Some thermostats have plug in style wire connectors. Most will have to be spliced in using wiring connectors. It is recommended to use "pigtail connectors" and seal the connection with silicone after crimping. Search Appliance Repair Forum for related posts. Disclaimer: Information and recommendations contained herein are believed to be accurate as of the date hereof. Since the conditions and methods of use of the information referred to are beyond control, ApplianceRepairForum.com and Appliance Zone, cannot be held liable for results obtained or arising from use or reliance on such information. The User assumes responsibility associated with making test measurements, adjustments, parts replacements and any other action necessary to perform any recommended procedures. It is the responsibility of the User to ask for clarification if a recommendation is not fully understood, including the risks and hazards associated with the recommended procedures. //

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61002992 | Whirlpool Refrigerator Defrost Thermostat Replacement

Replacement Defrost Thermostat used on some Admiral, Crosley, Jenn Air, Magic Chef, Maytag, Montgomery Wards, Norge and Whirlpool Refrigerator models. Directly Replaces: 61002992, 61004831, 664901, AH2058709, EA2058709, PS2058709, AP4069031. Specifications: L38-15F Defrost Thermostat. 5/16" side push on clip. Approx. 4.25"L x 2.75"H x 0.75" in Diameter. 0.03125 lbs Diagnosis and Repair Tips Diagnosis and Repair Tips Repair Skill Level: Failure Symptoms: Ice and/or frost buildup on the rear panel or floor inside the freezer, depending on the style and placement of the evaporator coil. Evaporator fan not running in some models. How to test: Using a multimeter, measure continuity through the thermostat before defrosting. The thermostat must be very cold before it will close the circuit. If found to have no continuity or the thermostat looks to be expanded or disfigured, it is faulty. Repair Tip: Some thermostats have plug in style wire connectors. Most will have to be spliced in using wiring connectors. It is recommended to use "pigtail connectors" and seal the connection with silicone after crimping. Search Appliance Repair Forum for related posts. Disclaimer: Information and recommendations contained herein are believed to be accurate as of the date hereof. Since the conditions and methods of use of the information referred to are beyond control, ApplianceRepairForum.com and Appliance Zone, cannot be held liable for results obtained or arising from use or reliance on such information. The User assumes responsibility associated with making test measurements, adjustments, parts replacements and any other action necessary to perform any recommended procedures. It is the responsibility of the User to ask for clarification if a recommendation is not fully understood, including the risks and hazards associated with the recommended procedures. //

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WR50X10068 | GE Refrigerator Defrost Thermostat Replacement

Replacement Defrost Thermostat used on some GE, Hotpoint and RCA refrigerator models. Directly Replaces: WR50X10068, AP3884317, WR50X10054, 1170024, AH1017716, EA1017716, PS1017716, WR50X10015, WR50X10017, WR50X10018, WR50X10028, WR50X10051, WR50X10052, WR50X10053, WR50X10074, WR50X10075, WR50X10079. Specifications: L140-30F High Limit Thermostat. 5/16" side push on clip. 11" leads with stripped wire ends. Diagnosis and Repair Tips Diagnosis and Repair Tips Repair Skill Level: Failure Symptoms: Ice and/or frost buildup on the rear panel or floor inside the freezer, depending on the style and placement of the evaporator coil. Evaporator fan not running in some models. How to test: Using a multimeter, measure continuity through the thermostat before defrosting. The thermostat must be very cold before it will close the circuit. If found to have no continuity or the thermostat looks to be expanded or disfigured, it is faulty. Repair Tip: Some thermostats have plug in style wire connectors. Most will have to be spliced in using wiring connectors. It is recommended to use "pigtail connectors" and seal the connection with silicone after crimping. Search Appliance Repair Forum for related posts. Disclaimer: Information and recommendations contained herein are believed to be accurate as of the date hereof. Since the conditions and methods of use of the information referred to are beyond control, ApplianceRepairForum.com and Appliance Zone, cannot be held liable for results obtained or arising from use or reliance on such information. The User assumes responsibility associated with making test measurements, adjustments, parts replacements and any other action necessary to perform any recommended procedures. It is the responsibility of the User to ask for clarification if a recommendation is not fully understood, including the risks and hazards associated with the recommended procedures. //

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WR50X134 | GE Refrigerator Defrost Thermostat Replacement

Replacement Defrost Thermostat used on some GE, Hotpoint, Kenmore and RCA Refrigerator models. Directly Replaces: WR50X134, AP2071272, 304843, AH303484, EA303484, PS303484, WR50X0134. Specifications: L63-40F Defrost Thermostat. 1/2" side push on clip. 24" leads with stripped wire ends. Diagnosis and Repair Tips Diagnosis and Repair Tips Repair Skill Level: Failure Symptoms: Ice and/or frost buildup on the rear panel or floor inside the freezer, depending on the style and placement of the evaporator coil. Evaporator fan not running in some models. How to test: Using a multimeter, measure continuity through the thermostat before defrosting. The thermostat must be very cold before it will close the circuit. If found to have no continuity or the thermostat looks to be expanded or disfigured, it is faulty. Repair Tip: Some thermostats have plug in style wire connectors. Most will have to be spliced in using wiring connectors. It is recommended to use "pigtail connectors" and seal the connection with silicone after crimping. Search Appliance Repair Forum for related posts. Disclaimer: Information and recommendations contained herein are believed to be accurate as of the date hereof. Since the conditions and methods of use of the information referred to are beyond control, ApplianceRepairForum.com and Appliance Zone, cannot be held liable for results obtained or arising from use or reliance on such information. The User assumes responsibility associated with making test measurements, adjustments, parts replacements and any other action necessary to perform any recommended procedures. It is the responsibility of the User to ask for clarification if a recommendation is not fully understood, including the risks and hazards associated with the recommended procedures. //

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WR50X10071 | GE Refrigerator Defrost Thermostat Replacement

Replacement Defrost Thermostat used on some GE, Hotpoint and RCA Refrigerator models. Directly Replaces: WR50X10071, AP3884319, 1170027, AH1155320, EA1155320, PS1155320, WR50X10021, WR50X10076. Specifications: L64-41F Defrost Thermostat. 3/8" side push on clip. 15" leads with stripped wire ends. Diagnosis and Repair Tips Diagnosis and Repair Tips Repair Skill Level: Failure Symptoms: Ice and/or frost buildup on the rear panel or floor inside the freezer, depending on the style and placement of the evaporator coil. Evaporator fan not running in some models. How to test: Using a multimeter, measure continuity through the thermostat before defrosting. The thermostat must be very cold before it will close the circuit. If found to have no continuity or the thermostat looks to be expanded or disfigured, it is faulty. Repair Tip: Some thermostats have plug in style wire connectors. Most will have to be spliced in using wiring connectors. It is recommended to use "pigtail connectors" and seal the connection with silicone after crimping. Search Appliance Repair Forum for related posts. Disclaimer: Information and recommendations contained herein are believed to be accurate as of the date hereof. Since the conditions and methods of use of the information referred to are beyond control, ApplianceRepairForum.com and Appliance Zone, cannot be held liable for results obtained or arising from use or reliance on such information. The User assumes responsibility associated with making test measurements, adjustments, parts replacements and any other action necessary to perform any recommended procedures. It is the responsibility of the User to ask for clarification if a recommendation is not fully understood, including the risks and hazards associated with the recommended procedures. //

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WR50X122 | GE Refrigerator Defrost Thermostat Replacement

Replacement Defrost Thermostat used on some GE, Hotpoint, Kenmore and RCA Refrigerator models. Directly Replaces: WR50X122, AP2071262, WR50X10014, 2387, AH303471, EA303471, PS303471, WR50X0122, WR50X0128, WR50X128. Specifications: L60-32 Defrost Thermostat. Clips to evaporator. 12.5"L x 1.25"H x 1.25"Dia. 0.05 lbs Diagnosis and Repair Tips Diagnosis and Repair Tips Repair Skill Level: Failure Symptoms: Ice and/or frost buildup on the rear panel or floor inside the freezer, depending on the style and placement of the evaporator coil. Evaporator fan not running in some models. How to test: Using a multimeter, measure continuity through the thermostat before defrosting. The thermostat must be very cold before it will close the circuit. If found to have no continuity or the thermostat looks to be expanded or disfigured, it is faulty. Repair Tip: Some thermostats have plug in style wire connectors. Most will have to be spliced in using wiring connectors. It is recommended to use "pigtail connectors" and seal the connection with silicone after crimping. Search Appliance Repair Forum for related posts. Disclaimer: Information and recommendations contained herein are believed to be accurate as of the date hereof. Since the conditions and methods of use of the information referred to are beyond control, ApplianceRepairForum.com and Appliance Zone, cannot be held liable for results obtained or arising from use or reliance on such information. The User assumes responsibility associated with making test measurements, adjustments, parts replacements and any other action necessary to perform any recommended procedures. It is the responsibility of the User to ask for clarification if a recommendation is not fully understood, including the risks and hazards associated with the recommended procedures. //

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ERML60 | Refrigerator Universal Defrost Thermostat

Universal Defrost Thermostat used on some Refrigerator models. Specifications: 24"Lead Wires 10 amp Open @ 60; Close @ 40 Diagnosis and Repair Tips Diagnosis and Repair Tips Repair Skill Level: Failure Symptoms: Ice and/or frost buildup on the rear panel or floor inside the freezer, depending on the style and placement of the evaporator coil. Evaporator fan not running in some models. How to test: Using a multimeter, measure continuity through the thermostat before defrosting. The thermostat must be very cold before it will close the circuit. If found to have no continuity or the thermostat looks to be expanded or disfigured, it is faulty. Repair Tip: Some thermostats have plug in style wire connectors. Most will have to be spliced in using wiring connectors. It is recommended to use "pigtail connectors" and seal the connection with silicone after crimping. Search Appliance Repair Forum for related posts. Disclaimer: Information and recommendations contained herein are believed to be accurate as of the date hereof. Since the conditions and methods of use of the information referred to are beyond control, ApplianceRepairForum.com and Appliance Zone, cannot be held liable for results obtained or arising from use or reliance on such information. The User assumes responsibility associated with making test measurements, adjustments, parts replacements and any other action necessary to perform any recommended procedures. It is the responsibility of the User to ask for clarification if a recommendation is not fully understood, including the risks and hazards associated with the recommended procedures. //

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61006116 | Whirlpool Refrigerator Heater & Thermostat Replacement

Replacement Defrost heater and thermostat used on some Admiral, Bosch, Crosley, Jenn Air, Magic Chef, Maytag, Sharp and Whirlpool refrigerator models. Directly Replaces: 61006116, 1021756, 61003119, 61003120, 61004286, 61004307, 61004337, 61004476, 61006082, AH2061341, AP4072797, EA2061341, PS2061341. Specifications: Calrod. 500 watts @ 115V. Approx. 8.5"L. Diagnosis and Repair Tips Diagnosis and Repair Tips Repair Skill Level: Failure Symptoms: Ice and/or frost buildup on the rear panel or floor inside the freezer, depending on the style and placement of the evaporator coil. How to test the thermostat: Measure continuity through the thermostat before defrosting. The thermostat must be very cold before it will close the circuit. If found to have no continuity or the thermostat looks to be expanded or disfigured, it is faulty. How to test the heater: Measure continuity through the heater using a multimeter. No continuity will show the heater is faulty. Thermostat Repair Tip: Some thermostats have plug in style wire connectors. Most will have to be spliced in using wiring connectors. It is recommended to use "pigtail connectors" and seal the connection with silicone after crimping. Thermostat Repair Tip: Use only a hair dryer and hot water to thaw the evaporator coil. Never use anything sharp to chip or pry at the ice or frost. Search Appliance Repair Forum for related posts. Disclaimer: Information and recommendations contained herein are believed to be accurate as of the date hereof. Since the conditions and methods of use of the information referred to are beyond control, ApplianceRepairForum.com and Appliance Zone, cannot be held liable for results obtained or arising from use or reliance on such information. The User assumes responsibility associated with making test measurements, adjustments, parts replacements and any other action necessary to perform any recommended procedures. It is the responsibility of the User to ask for clarification if a recommendation is not fully understood, including the risks and hazards associated with the recommended procedures. //

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61005254 | Whirlpool Refrigerator Thermostat Replacement

Replacement Defrost Thermostat used on some Admiral, Amana, Bosch, Crosley, Jenn Air, Magic Chef, Maytag, Montgomery Wards, Norge and Whirlpool Refrigerator models. Directly Replaces: 61005254, 61001932, 61004833, 791286, AH2060618, AP4070255, EA2060618, PS2060618. Specifications: L54-15F Defrost Thermostat. 1/4" Side Pish on Clip. Approx. 3.75"L x 1.25"H x 0.75" in Diameter. 0.00625 lbs Diagnosis and Repair Tips Diagnosis and Repair Tips Repair Skill Level: Failure Symptoms: Ice and/or frost buildup on the rear panel or floor inside the freezer, depending on the style and placement of the evaporator coil. Evaporator fan not running in some models. How to test: Using a multimeter, measure continuity through the thermostat before defrosting. The thermostat must be very cold before it will close the circuit. If found to have no continuity or the thermostat looks to be expanded or disfigured, it is faulty. Repair Tip: Some thermostats have plug in style wire connectors. Most will have to be spliced in using wiring connectors. It is recommended to use "pigtail connectors" and seal the connection with silicone after crimping. Search Appliance Repair Forum for related posts. Disclaimer: Information and recommendations contained herein are believed to be accurate as of the date hereof. Since the conditions and methods of use of the information referred to are beyond control, ApplianceRepairForum.com and Appliance Zone, cannot be held liable for results obtained or arising from use or reliance on such information. The User assumes responsibility associated with making test measurements, adjustments, parts replacements and any other action necessary to perform any recommended procedures. It is the responsibility of the User to ask for clarification if a recommendation is not fully understood, including the risks and hazards associated with the recommended procedures. //

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