To remove the defrost heater, Part 618, do I need to remove Part 603 first or can it be removed directly. How is it mounted below the evaporator coil? Thanks
Answer Hi Prakash. You will remove the back wall completely after defrosting the wall to get it off. Use a hair dryer and towels to pick up the water. The breakdown is not too clear but you should not have to remove the bottom if it does not reach the back completely and there is room to insure the drain trough is accessible completely. You then will be able to replace both the heater part # WR51X10004 and the defrost thermostat part # WR50X10010. Thank You.
Please could you tell me how to remove the defrost heater in order to install a new one. It is not clear from the figure. Please help
Answer Hello Prakash. Make sure the power is disconnected. You will need to remove the back wall from the inside of the freezer and melt all the ice off the evaporator coils. Once the ice is removed, you will remove the screws from the heater and remove the heater WR51X10004 from the unit.