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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 changed 2 temperature sensors but it is working and doesn't stop. What could be the problem? Thanks

Miguel for Model Number GSS20IBPC CC

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Intermittent problem, since this issue occurred the control board has been replaced. This last time the heater and encoder was replaced after using a blow dryer to melt the ice on the coils and fan motor. About a week and half the coils froze again. Any suggestions? John

John for Model Number GSS22JEMCCC

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The food section is not getting cold temp 50, freezer is ok -12, What could be wrong? Thanks

Ed for Model Number ge monogram zis420nma

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Do you have a video for a GE refrigerator on top with freezer on the bottom to replace the temperature sensor? Or could you send me info on how to do it. I have the new sensor and my tools ready. Everyone does a side by side that doesn't help me. Thanks

Teresa for Model Number pdf22mfsbww

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I have a GE PSS25SGNA/SS. The unit works great when I first plug it in, but after a few days, starts to experience wide temperature swings. Eventually water and ice are building up in the freezer section. I have already replaced the board, and did not clip or make any modifications, as my specific model was not called out. Since it seems fine when I first plug it in (temperature falls to set points), I'm thinking the issues may be around the defrost cycle. So I was thinking of replacing the defrost sensor. While I'm in there I think it would be smart to replace the other temperature sensor(s) since the unit is 12 years old. How many do I have, and is this a good idea? Do you think I'm on the right track with the defrost sensor?

Skiz for Model Number PSS25SGNABS

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Hi. I have a HE GSH25JFTA refrigerator. I need to replace the thermisters. Looks like I need WR55X10025, but I would like to confirm that is the correct part for the model and if there is a total of three for the appliance. Your customer service rep says two total, your video shows three total, and a customer review on the parts page refers to replacing four. Can you help me with that?

Chris for Model Number GSH25JFTA

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