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Relay

Part Number: AP3414961
MFG Part Number: WR07X10051
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 WR07X10051 (AP3414961) replaces WR07X10035, 1042122, AH963824, EA963824, PS963824, WR07X0192, WR07X0194, WR07X0214, WR07X0216, WR07X10064, WR7X10035, WR7X10064, WR7X192, WR7X194, WR7X214, WR7X216.

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My fridge was not cold or freezer after i heard a weird fizzing electrical sound Joe R. • Rahway, NJ • July 21, 2014
Appliance: General Electric Refrigerator TBX14DATGRWH

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Kenmore 363.9711781 condenser fan only runs when I unplug, then replug. Runs for about 7 seconds, compressor starts, then both condenser fan and compressor shut off and do not restart again. Both freezer and refrigerator not cool/cold, even though evaporator fan still runs and pushes are through. Figure problem with a relay or overload, but need advice to pinpoint and see if problem worth fixing. Can you help?

Jb for Model Number 363.9711781

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My compressor relay starts to smoke and melt when I plug the freezer to an outlet. What is causing this and will simply replacing the relay fix the problem? What would be the comparable replacement for the relay with US PAT 4241370?

Kogi for Model Number US PAT 4241370

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Ge GTS22WC Compressor does not start. When I turn the unit on and off with the dial up in the unit there is a click noise around the compressor area. Would this be the run capacitor and or the relay. I believe these are at the wire ends where they plug into the compressor.

Rich for Model Number rcbuilders1@yahoo.com

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I have a GE water cooler. The Model number I provided is similar but may not be exact. This water cooler has a heat and cool option for the water. The cooling option has stopped working. I took apart unit and saw that the compressor wasn't starting. It was trying to but the overload kept shutting it off. I thought it might be the motor starter relay 8EA403. I bugged out the starter relay and it was about 5 ohms between contacts. Took cover off and the PTC pill seems intact. I had a new overload part so tried it and it did same thing. I'm guessing the starter relay is bad but given the PTC pill and contacts seem ok I'm only guessing. Windings on compressor seem fine and no shorts to GND. Can you tell me if you have a compatible starter relay that would work in place of 8EA403?

Buzz for Model Number GXCF05D

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I am trying to troubleshoot a unit that has not been cooling (freezer and fridge section) a couple of times out of the past two weeks. The unit is in a staff kitchen that is used by multiple employees, so my first task is to rule out "user error", like a door that was left open. Since it has happened twice, I suspect something might be up. The fans were both running when I first checked the unit, but the compressor and coils were completely cool to the touch. The compressor was not running at all. I removed the relay and everything seemed fine with it. After visually inspecting a few other items, I put the relay back in and plugged the unit in. It seemed to run for a little while, but then cycled off. When I went back to check after about an hour or so, the unit was running and cooling everything back down. The unit has digital temperature displays for both fridge and freezer and both appear to be working fine. Where should I go from here? I did measure voltage on the relay while the unit was running and was around 144 volts. Would this potentially be a relay that is going out or something related to the capacitor or overload switch?

Masapell for Model Number PTS22LCSARWW

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The compressor relay that I received has only prongs for 2 &3. Original has prongs for 1, 2, 3. US Pat #4241370 Other:8EA 403 01 K5R Made in Mexico Parts list shows WR07X10051 Doesn't seem like correct part.

John for Model Number 1995 GE Monogram 42" Side by Side ZIS42NWA

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