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Control Defrost

Part Number: AP2061755
MFG Part Number: WR9X565
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Defrost Timer, Adaptive Defrost Control.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WR9X565 (AP2061755) replaces 311082, AH310990, EA310990, PS310990, WR09X0565, WR09X10103.

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Refrigerator runs a few days then cuts off. I can reset and then may run week or two the cuts off again.

Eric for Model Number GTS18DCPWRBB

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How do I install the GE WR9X565 CONTROL, DEF.?

Linda for Model Number GTS22WCP

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Hello, I just purchased a control defrost (AP2061755 (WR9X565)), a thermistor (AP3185407 (WR55X10025)), and a defrost thermostat (AP3190397 (WR50X10025)). 1) Control defrost: I would like to know if I need to set the control defrost. On the one I have in the fridge there is continuity between tab 4 and 3 (numbered 1-4-3-2 from left to right), and on the one I just received there is continuity between tabs 3 and 2. I guess it depends on how the knob is turned. How should I set it? 2) Defrost thermostat: I thought that after putting the thermostat in iced water for several minutes there would be continuity between the leads. Customer service on chat told me the opposite. Is this correct? There should be no continuity when cold? (or warm for that matter).? Second and final question on the defrost thermostat: I do have 2 defrost thermostats in the fridge. The one I am trying to replace was busted open, but there is another one (completely identical) mounted right above the other. It looks like they are "spliced" (professionally, meaning by design) together. The drawings I am looking at for this model shows only one defrost thermostat. Why is that? Thank you for your help. I am waiting for your answers before putting my fridge back together. Marc

Marc for Model Number GTS22KHPARWW

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