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Part Number: AP3796872
MFG Part Number: WR55X10390
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Touch Pad.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WR55X10390 (AP3796872) replaces 1092891, AH966874, EA966874, PS966874, WR55X10175, WR55X10208.

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I replaced the Interface Customer Assembly and the Interface Display Assembly but neither is working. Any ideas?

Robbie for Model Number PSS26SGRCSS

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I just replaced my ice maker unit after dealing with the incessant clicking and based on dozens of owners complaining of the same clicking noise. It made sense that it must be a plastic gear stripping or skipping, etc. But after replacing ice maker, the clicking continues - but nowhere near as long as 25-30 minutes. Now when clicking begins its 10 minutes at a time - tops. Is there anything else that can account for this clicking noise? (It's not relay or mainboard type of clicking but rather exactly as described - erratic, incessant clicking with no pattern per se.) I've taken a really close look and listen and here is what I can report: 1. "Sounds" like its coming from ice maker (maybe even freezer compartment panel?) 2. Sound heard with ice maker on or off. 3. Sound heard during ice ejection (arm rotating) BUT also when ice maker is off and arm is NOT rotating. 4. Ice size fine.. so no water inlet valve issue. 5. Very odd that clicking continues but not as long as it used to with new ice maker. Can the replacement ice maker possibly be "a little bit faulty" ?? I must also tell you that ended up taking apart my old ice maker and the plastic gears were perfectly intact. What other mechanical item could possibly cause this clicking sound so often blamed on the ice maker by so many of us? Is there anything mechanical just below the ice maker assembly associated with dispensing the ice from the bucket, that would cause such a noise? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. I need to solve this one because its turned out to be a real caper. ha. Thanks!

Brian for Model Number PSC25PSTASS

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Defrost cycle is staying on to long.

Don for Model Number PSS26SGRESS

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Digital control panel set for 37 for fridge but digital temp display shows temp as 44. Was going to replace the temp sensor in fridge cabin but used an instant read temp guage to comfirm That cabin temp is accurate. What would cause the control panel to be off? I would think if control panel/board is broke it would cease to work at all rather than readout being off by a few degrees. I can go ahead and replace the sensor for a few dollars but that doesnt make logical sense, and it doesnt seem economical to replace a 200 dollar control panel board for a digital readout thats off six digits. Any ideas to get readout in synch with actual temp?

Brian for Model Number PSC25PSTASS

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When the fridge defrosts, the compressor does not come back on unless I unplug the unit and plug it back in. Then the fridge will operate as normal until the next defrost. I replaced the main board and it still does this. I also replaced the two temp sensors in the freezer section, the cap on the compressor, and the problem continues. The evap seems to freeze evenly so I don't think it's a sealed system problem. Could it be the interface that's the problem? ...or could it be the temp sensors in the fridge section?

Mark for Model Number PSS26SHTESS

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Hi, This refrigerator display is reading wrong. The freezer side shows a digit (0) but FF side shows oddball characters. Tried unplug, replug no change. The unit seems to be working normal otherwise. Could it just be the digital interface gone bad? If so I'll order just that. Thanks

William O. for Model Number GE PSS26SGRBSS

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