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Ptcr

Part Number: AP4367793
MFG Part Number: WR07X10099
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Relay, Overload, Capacitor.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WR07X10099 (AP4367793) replaces WR7X277, 1472680, AH2345752, EA2345752, PS2345752, WR07X0277.

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Moved refrigerator to the garage because we got a new one for the kitchen. Plugged it in everything was normal. Ran in the garage for about 15 hours or so, not sure if it was kicking on and off like it was suppose to because it was running when I went to bed and running when I left for work the next morning. Got home from work went to grab a beer out and could tell that the frig had been off for awhile. Noticed that the GFCI on the other side of the garage was tripped. All my plugs (4 total) are on one 20 amp circuit along with the one GFCI plug (per code for the town I live in). Reset the plug and plugged the frig back in and it tripped again. Tried this several times and got the same result, even after I made sure nothing else was plugged in at any of the locations in the garage. Ran a small cord in the house to another plug (no GFCI on this circuit) still nothing. Ran a heavier duty cord (12/3 AWG) in the house and only thing that happened different is that the light came on in the frig when I opened the door. Any suggestions on what may be wrong????

Dack for Model Number CTX21EAZHRWW

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Hi, Does this GE TFX28PB BBBB refrigerator have the start/run capacitor? or is it in the PTCR WR07X10099 ? Please reply. Thanks.

Rahul S for Model Number TFX28PB BBBB

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After running for some hours the compressor stops while the fans continue before any shutoff due to reaching temperature. I can see the lights dim slightly about every 30 seconds so it seems to be trying to start again. Checking the compressor one finds it very hot and not running (much hotter than when running for hours). Unplug unit and wait for 15 minutes then it always starts and continues to run for a few hours but then will stop again. It will go through defrost cycle and then restart on its own at that point. I checked the relay and overload and they test to nominal ohm readings when the unit compressor had stalled. Could it be the relay or compressor. All evidences indicates the overload did not trip as the compressor seems stalled and is very hot to the touch after this has happened.

Chris for Model Number TFX26CRDAWW

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This replacement relay WR07X10099 has only 2 holes for the contact points to go into, while to compressor has 3 pins coming out (original part), so what do I do get another replay model (old) or cut of the upper center pin and plug in the new part ?? Please let have the answer because we have not been able to use the fridge for weeks now (while waiting for this part) and now it does NOT fit!!

Henri for Model Number WR07X10099 appliance model GE TFX25JPCGww

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I replaced the PTCR and overload once however I started to get the clicking sound again and the freezer and not freezing again. Do I replace both the ptcr and overload again?

Courtney J. for Model Number TFX26PPDACC

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I found that the PTCR rattled when I pulled it off, but resistance values were 0.6 ohms on the left side (power in #2) and about 3.0 ohms on #3 (connector numbers on the TI 8EA801 PTCR). I was getting the click, humm a few seconds, then click with no cooling to refrigerator, i.e. it didn't seem like compressor was running. I went from 117V to about 102V when it was humming. I also showed low resistance on both windings. Everyone seems to mention the rattling as bad. I am planning on buying the PTCR. Should I automatically buy the overload relay, even though it showed continuity with a low resistance across it?

Vince for Model Number GE Profile Performance Refrigerator Model# TFX28PBBEWW

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