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5SP Overload/ptc

Part Number: AP3796513
MFG Part Number: WR09X10106
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Relay, Overload, Capacitor.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WR09X10106 (AP3796513) replaces 1091667, AH963864, EA963864, PS963864, WR08X10067, WR09X10113.

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Compressor not running. James F. • Cudjoe Key, FL • April 02, 2014
Appliance: Model AMERICANA FRIGE

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I have GE model GTS18FBMERCC refrigerator. A clicking sound began in the back of the refrigerator and simultaneously the freezer and the refrigerator portion began to warm. I pulled the refrigerator out and found the clicking noise coming from a piece near the compressor. I looked up the piece and found that it is actually two pieces put together - the capacitor and a piece called 5SP overload/ptc. I took the combined piece off, it just plugs into the compressor, and reinstalled it after the refrigerator had been off for about an hour. Everything worked fine for about ten minutes, then everything stopped - the fan, etc. I checked to make sure the electrical outlet that I use for the refrigerator still had juice. It does. Could failure of either of those pieces make the entire refrigerator stop working?

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