Thank you for your nice response. Are both these parts (WR9X569 and WR9X489) easy to install (plug and Play)? I would like to try and replace them myself but wondering the difficulty. Thank you.
Original email and your response: Hi, My refrigerator works fine but when it stops running, it won't restart unless I bang on the control (425 knob) unit by the lightbulb in top of refrigerator side. Diagram shows the temperature control. Do you think this is what is causing the problem? Is the Temperature Control difficult to change? Also, does my refrigerator use the WR9X570 or WR9X569 as listed? Does this control take care of the freezer and refrigerator temperature. Thank you. Edward P for Model Number CSX22KWXA AD GE (Hotpoint) Answer Hello Edward, You would either have a bad thermostat or defrost timer. If it is not restarting everytime the unit cycles off then it would be the thermostat WR9X569. If it is about every 8-10 hours that it does not turn back on, right after it goes into defrost, then it would be your defrost timer WR9X489. Read more: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/ge-control-temp-wr9x569-ap2061759.html#ixzz2KJFu7fN2 http://www.appliancepartspros.com
ANSWER Hello Edward,
Since we do not have the model number I would not be able to say exactly how to install parts. It should be relatively easy. If side by side you would remove the light shield in the refrigerator compartment to replace. If it is a top freezer the you would remove the cover assembly of the controls in the refrigerator compartment.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Tuesday, February 12, 2013