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Heater & Bracket Defrost

Part Number: AP2071498
MFG Part Number: WR51X10004
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 Heater, Icing Kit, Fountain Heater.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WR51X10004 (AP2071498) replaces 304939, AH303736, EA303736, PS303736.

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I have identified that I need to replace this part on my refrigerator. Ice is not defrosting and it blocks airway to fridge so fridge goes warm. I have checked for continuity on the heater and it's no good. Here is my concern. I live in Europe and my fridge is 220 volts. Model # of fridge is TBG18IADARWW. I don't know if that model # is reserved only for 220 versions of this fridge or it applies to both 120 and 220. I don't want to purchase a part that is only rated for 120 and then put 220 across it. It may be that the heating element can handle either voltage (it is just a simple resistance heating coil, no?). It could also be that the power is converted down and so the question is moot. I have not tested to see what voltage is coming off the contact when the fridge is plugged in b/c a) I don't know when the thermostat will kick in and b) I don't want to fry my meter. I've located this part from a European supplier, but the cost of the part is the cost of a new fridge! If this part is compatible, then great, problem solved! Otherwise, I'm going to have to toss out what is otherwise a good appliance in working order. Any advice is greatly appreciated.

Charles for Model Number TBG18IADARWW

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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

Prakash K. for Model Number TBG18JAYJRWW

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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

Prakash K. for Model Number TBG18JAYJRWW

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