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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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Defroster in freezer not functioning causing the freezer to frost up and the fridge to not cool appropriately Eddie R. • Debary, FL • January 06, 2015
Appliance: General Electric Refrigerator GSL25JFRFBS

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Appliance: General Electric Refrigerator GSS22IFPCWW

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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 have water collecting under the deli drawer in the bottom of my refrigerator. When I took off the evaporator cover the drain was not iced over as I expected and I ran a about 3 cups of hot water down to the drain pan. I verified water was draining. I then removed the lower vent and found ice buildup around the gasket and it appeared water was coming down the vent. The next day water is back and I see ice around the lower air dampener.

Mikel for Model Number PFSS6PKXBSS

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GSS25QGTBWW: Refrigerator was running all the time, but getting warmer. The evaporator fan motor is bad, replaced it with the temp sensor. Worked fine for 3 days, then started running all the time but getting to cold. Have since replaced main control board, defrost heater, defrost thermostat, worked great for 4 days then started running all the time. Cut it off when reached -12 degrees. What now? Harold Sewell

Harold for Model Number GSS25QGTBWW

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SS side by side refirgerator is not cold temperture is at 7 what do you think is the problem?

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Bottom freezer and bottom food conpartment work very good, but the top freezer and the top food compartment not coolinf thanks.

Francis for Model Number PSS26MGPABB

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My GE dual evap fridge and freezer were having huge temp swings. Up to 20 in the freezer and 50 in the fridge. The main board, temperature sensors (1 in fridge/2 in freezer) and defrost thermostat have been replaced. The defrost heater in the freezer has been on a couple times that I have noticed. The temp in the freezer has been more consistent but still 5+ degree swings. The fridge averages 6-9 degrees above the 37 degree default. Since replacing the parts above, the one thing I have noticed is that the compressor is sometimes not running even though temps are high. But, if I open the freezer door and push the door switch (or close the door), the compressor will immediately kick on and evap fan starts blowing - 9 out of 10 times at least. I think the compressor shutting off may be the key to the problem of high / unstable temps. What should I try next?

Scott for Model Number PSF26PGTBBB

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I ordered part number WR55X10025, but noticed when I went to install the sensor that it is inside a grill cover. In your parts list, this grill is a separate part. Do I remove the old sensor and install new senor in old grill? Thank you

Charlie E. for Model Number GSS25LGMFWW

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