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5SP Overload/ptc

Part Number: AP3884299
MFG Part Number: WR09X10107
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 WR09X10107 (AP3884299) replaces 1169589, AH1020294, EA1020294, PS1020294, WR07X10078, WR08X10068, WR08X10075, WR08X10085.

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Burning actual flame coming out of 5sp overload/ptc Rick C. • Dover, DE • February 03, 2015
Appliance: Model GE PROFILE MODEL # PSS23MGTCCC

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I just replaced the relay overload switch (2 original parts) replaced with 1 part. There is one left over white wire that was opposite the orange wire. There's no where to plug in the white wire. What do I do? The refrigerator is back on and running. The freezer is starting to cool. Thanks, Roscoe

Roscoe for Model Number GTS18KBPARWW

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Electricity went out for several hours. When it came back on the fridge had power (lights inside worked) but no power to digital thermostat (no led light) and would not cool at all. I disassembled the back panels to access the mainboard and compressor fan area. After cleaning everything and checking connections I plugged it in and it started. A few days later the electric went out again for an hour or so and the fridge would not start as described above. I took a hair dryer and turned it on hot air first on the motor compressor area, nothing, then I slowly heated the mainboard and it clicked and started cooling normally again. What do I have to replace to fix it? 1 Mainboard (or replace the relay) 2 Run Capacitor 3 Overload/Start Relay 4 Other

Daniel for Model Number GLM23QETA GS VL408417 GE Side by Side

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My hotpoint refrig will not freeze. The fan and thermostat seem to be working.

Margie for Model Number hss25gfpjww

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Working ok then I moved it and it quit working. It happened once before and my brother reset some switch. Neither one of us can remember where the switch is. Can you help?

Doug for Model Number sts18gbsarww

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Hello, My freezer quit freezing yesterday. It is staying at 23* and the fridge is at 42*, i turned the freezer down to a negative and still nothing, there is some cool air coming out but not enough to freeze it. I took the back off and the fan is still turning and the compressor is slightly hot. Could this be the start relay? if so what is the name of the part that i need to purchase? If its not the start relay what else could it be?? Thank you

Nicole

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My refrigerator quit cooling. I have been noticing that the freezer temperature would sometimes be warmer (3 or 4 degrees) than the O degrees it is set. The next day it would be back to 0. This has been going on for a month or so. The other day both the freezer (13 degrees) and refrigerator (40 degrees) started getting much warmer. All the lights still work. I removed the panel on the back of the fridge and the condenser fan was running and the compressor seemed to be running but the output line was not cold. I tapped around on the relay and the compressor sounded like it kicked in and the output line started getting cold. This lasted for less than a minute and then the output line got warm and I could not get it to do this again. I am wondering if this is the overload/start relay not working or is there something else that could be causing this?

Lynn for Model Number PSC23NSTASS

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