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Temperature Sensor

Part Number: AP3185407
MFG Part Number: WR55X10025
Made by: GE
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Thermistor for sensing temperatures.

Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Defrost Thermostat, Sensor.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WR55X10025 (AP3185407) replaces 914093, AH304103, EA304103, PS304103, WR50X10027, WR50X10034, WR50X10055, WR50X10067, WR55X10026, WR55X10027, WR55X10028, WR55X10030, WR55X10087, WR55X10088, WR55X10089, WR55X10367, WR55X10380, WR55X10661, WR55X10711, WR55X10735, WR55X10736, WR55X10737.

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Freezing only on bottom, even on fresh food side Dwayne M. • Knoxville, GA • March 21, 2014
Appliance: General Electric Refrigerator GSS22IFPCWW

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GE side by side freezer not defrosting, Fridge too warm Joshua S. • Rockford, MN • March 31, 2014

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How to Replace Temperature Sensor #WR55X10025

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Temperature Sensor #WR55X10025 for Refrigerator made by GE. 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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I bought a house with this refrigerator in it so I don't know the history of it. I do know it was new in 2007. When I plugged it in it appeared to be working fine. when I returned in a few days it was dead. That means no lights working, nothing. When I unplugged it and plugged it back in I had 1/2 second of power to the lights before it was dead again. I could hear a clicking noise in the defrost timer every time I unplugged it and plugged it back in. I replaced the defrost timer and the power stayed on and the frig appeared to be working. A few hours later I checked it and the walls inside the freezer around the top near the ice maker were hot. Not warm, hot. I could feel cold air coming out near the bottom inside the freezer but it wasn't enough to compete with the heat coming from the walls in the upper part of the freezer. I removed the appliance lights to rule out heat coming from them. It is not coming from the light bulbs. The compressor is running and so is the condenser fan, all are nice and clean. I'm not sure if the evaporator fan in the freezer was working, I will have to check that. I wondered if the defrost heater was stuck on or the defrost limiter was keeping the heater on but I think the heat would be felt lower in the freezer, not in the walls at the top. Now I'm wondering if it is the mother board. I don't see a defrost timer in the diagrams for this refrigerator so I'm wondering if the previous owner tried to fix a mother board problem by adding a defrost timer. I also see that the previous owner wrote down the ice maker information as if he did or was going to replace the ice maker. This is the area of the heat problem so maybe it is caused by the ice maker. Any help would be appreciated. The frig is too nice looking to trash it.

Larry for Model Number GE model GSS20IETAWW

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My freezer is -5 my fridge side is 60. I replaced bad defroster heater and the thermal switch. This unit is building up ice on the bottom and freezing solid over the drain hole. I removed the back cover and the coils are not frosted up and the fan does run fine. The freezer is holding - 5 set on 4 the fridge side stays at 50-60 no matter where I set the control. I am getting plenty of cold air blowing through the bottom meat pan air control. I can turn this off for 2 hours then plug back in and it will work fine for a day or two.

Robert H for Model Number gss20iembcc

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Not Cooling at all. Just plain died on me. Now, this refrigerator did pulled this same stunt about six months ago and came back and worked fine. I really wonder if this is a controls problem, rather than the sealed system. So I took some measurements and here is what I found so far. Compressor seems to be vibrating very "quietly", as though it is not getting enough umphhh. This Refrigerator apparently uses a compressor with a three-phase motor that is powered via an inverter (mounted on motor). And the inverter is signaled by the Main Board. The Compressor has three pins, all of which show resistance of about 6.2 ohms, pin to pin any combination. The Refrigerator fans and lights all seem to run fine. When on, my fluke multimeter measures about 100V on the top two pins of the compressor. No way in hell to get to the other two pins when assembled. The two "Power Input" pins on the inverter have 120 VAC, but the two pins for the control of the inverter (these two wires go to main board) have a pulsing voltage, roughly once per second, don't know what the hell that is all about. The inverter has a label that says it is 120V input single phase, 230 V output three phase, variable frequency. I am guessing it is telling the compressor to mess around at lowest speed or something like that. Pet theory, but even if correct, is it the main board, or something lieing to the main board? Ought to be a way to trouble shoot this, but alas, I am stuck. Any help?

Les for Model Number GSH22JFXLWW (General Electric)

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The refrigerator is acting like a freezer, Changed the temperature sensor in the back of the freezer, changed the window between the freezer and refrigerator, changed the control panel in the refrigerator...... which of the three sensors control the window that I mentioned above..

Ivor Lynch for Model Number GSS25VGMA WWW

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My freezer side quits freezing to the point it melts all the ice in the ice compartment. And the temp indicator in the fridge side that you can control shows the air temp in freezer to be to warm to freeze anything . Do I need to replace the temp sensor or circuit panel?

John O for Model Number ZFSB25DTB SS

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The freezer fan in my refrigerator will not run. What can stop this fan from working?

Sinclair for Model Number nss25gftaww

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