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Defrost Control

Part Number: AP2061721
MFG Part Number: WR9X520
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 WR9X520 (AP2061721) replaces 311013, AH310930, EA310930, PS310930, WR09X0520.

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I had a defrost heater burn up on me and short out and i replaced heater and plugged unit back in and wouldn't kick on. So I pulled thermostat out and read with meter to make sure the contact was closing and it was and the next thing on schematic was the defrost timer. I was reading continuity between gray and blue which isn't good all the time so I moved dial on front of timer and now have continuity between gray and black which is what I want. I plugged in and refrigerator and it fired right up so my question is would the timer be bad and is it going to stick closed next time it goes into defrost mode. I do not want to burn up another heater?

Rob for Model Number mtx18gasjrww


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How many times a day does my defrost timer go into defrost?

Phillip for Model Number ge refridg tbx25pryclaa


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Freezer working pretty good but fresh food(bottom) not cooling properly. Frost forms on back wall of freezer but does defrost. Have replaced thermostat, but still having original problem. Is it the defrost timer? Fan in freezer works.

Cathy for Model Number tbx18sa


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After the defrost I reassembled the refrigerator back and it actually worked better for a month then frosted back up. I checked the heater piece for continuity and the meter beeped so I take it as good, wasn't sure how to check the defrost thermostat on the coil, or the defroster control in the main compartment behind the unit. Also, how do you check the defrost control unit? Thank you.

Frank V. for Model Number tbx18jibqrbb


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Hi, My GE refrigerator BTX18SISGLWH cool on top freezer but warm on lower fresh food. I unpluged power and thaw ice twice ,after thawed, lower refrige feel cool and with cool air flow but once ice build up on the freezer wall, no cool air into below and warm up again in one week. I checked defrost controler and turn the timer and heard "click " and all of refrigerator stopped .The defrost control is 15hrs @44 min and part number is WR09X0520. I have to return the timer and start engine again after 45 min. what is problem for my refrigerator and defrost control is normal? by the way, it is hard to remove defrost control? Thanks for help

Steve for Model Number WR09x0520


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My refrigerator has been working great for the last 11 or 12 yrs. What is wrong now is the storage area for the milk and other items is not getting cool but the freezer works fine. I found under it was plugged so I vacuumed out the stuff in the coils and around the fan area. I know the compressor is working because it is vibrating and the fan is working fine. So why is the bottom half not cooling off?

Frank V for Model Number tbx18jibqrbb


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