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Run Capacitor

Part Number: AP2071964
MFG Part Number: WR62X79
Made by: GE
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12 uf.

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 WR62X79 (AP2071964) replaces WR62X10022, 305762, AH305006, EA305006, PS305006, WR62X0049, WR62X0052, WR62X0053, WR62X0055, WR62X0074, WR62X0079, WR62X0087, WR62X10018, WR62X10040, WR62X10048, WR62X49, WR62X52, WR62X53, WR62X55, WR62X74, WR62X87.

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Run capacitor Joe B. • Kyle, TX • June 06, 2014

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Ge profile pfs22sisbss no cooling with clicking noise Joobin I. • Douglaston, NY • August 15, 2014
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How to Replace Run Capacitor #WR62X79

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Run Capacitor #WR62X79 for Refrigerator made by GE, Kenmore. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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My refrigerator is warm and not keeping food cold. Freezer seems to be working fine. Evaporating fan works ok. Compressor is warm to the touch. Condenser fan works. Could it be the run capacitor? We are at a loss.

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Refrigerator/freezer was not staying cold, really too warm. I replaced the condenser motor, but now the fan does not run???????????? Now what??

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My refrigerator will not cool. I had a technician diagnose the problem , he called Ge support & said I had 2 circuit boards that need replaced - main & display boards . I replaced both boards & still not cooling. The compressor comes on & only runs for about 10 secs. then clicks off for 5 mins . Question - what could the problem be ? thank you.

Darryl for Model Number pfs22misbww

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My ice and water dispenser started working intermittently. A few days later I noticed the freezer wasn't running and it and the fridge were not cooling. I still had power on the unit but I reset the breaker to make sure. The refrigerator came back on as did the intermittent ice and water dispensing. Over the next couple of days the unit started a hard clicking noise which seemed to dim the lights in the unit and on the door dispenser. This was taking place just before the compressor would kick in and the unit would then run. The next thing, the hard clicking occurred for longer, maybe a few minutes, before the compressor. Then the clicking wouldn't stop so I turned the freezer to 0 setting, off, and then back on and the compressor ran and cooled. Now today that doesn't activate the compressor so all it want to do now is click, click, click ... no compressor, no cooling. The clicking sound is coming from the "window" between the freezer and the fridge compartments. I can place my finger on the small door between the two side and feel something as the unit appears to be calling the door to open or close. I have had this refriderator for 9 years and want to know if this sounds like a big fix or not.

Pd for Model Number GSL251GREBS

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I have Kenmore for Sears a few month ago it stopped cooling. I unplug it and wanted to gt rid of it, but decided to fix it yesterday. I have done continuity check on the compressor. the reading is fine and the compressor is not short when performing ground test between the terminal and the body of compressor. I changed the relay, but not overload since it shows good continuity. However, the compressor does not turn on even if the cooling fan and evaporator fan are running. The compressor gets hot without generating any cold air in freeze side. Do I need to change the run capcitor as well as overload switch? Please advise.

Alex for Model Number 363.9554720

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