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Thermodisc(fuse-M)

Part Number: AP3796802
MFG Part Number: WR50X10047
Made by: GE
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L140-30F

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 WR50X10047 (AP3796802) replaces 1092770, AH966746, EA966746, PS966746.

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How to Replace Thermodisc(fuse-M) #WR50X10047

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Thermodisc(fuse-M) #WR50X10047 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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My refrigerator is warming up. It did this about 2 months ago, so I unplugged it for over 24 hours since I noticed the freezer was frosted up and it has worked until yesterday. I took the freezer apart and it is frosted up again, just not as bad as before. Where should I start in troubleshooting the issue?

Luke for Model Number PDS22SBRRSS

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Greetings - for no reason that I can tell the temp in my refrig and freezer go up to 50 or above - I have cleaned the dust from around the condenser and cleaned the fan. Now I don't know if the thermastat needs to be replaces or the motor. The refrig is running and the fan is running - Can you help?

Bj for Model Number PFS22MISBWW

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My coil keeps frosting up. I,ve had the board changed and tested the heater element. Everything seems to be ok there. However, when I tested the the thermodisc there was continuity right at room temp. I thought this was supposed to be a closed loop until it reached a certain lower temp. Anyway, still cannot figure out the problem. Any help would be appreciated.

Chopper for Model Number PDS22SBRBLSS

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I would like to know how to set a GE refrigerator Profile line to manual defrost mode. The evaporator assembly in my freezer freezes up and becomes and ice block, the freezer continues to work but the refrigerator compartment warms up. I removed the evaporator fan cover and de-frosted the evaporator assembly and it began to work well i put back the evaporator cover and the same thing happened about a week later. This time I de-frosted the evaporator assembly and decided to run the refrig without the evaporator cover to monitor what is going on the freezer iced up again and the freezer and the refrigerator compartment both ran warmer than normal, the unit displays a number for the temperature for the freezer and the refrigerator compartment and these numbers are higher then normal. The defrost heater may need to be replaced but I just want to make sure before I replace it.

Al for Model Number pds22mbpabb

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First let me say your site is fantastic. My freezer will at times for no reason that I can see, shoot up to 25 degrees then goes back down after a few hours. I did a self-test and it came up with a fail on the Freezer thermistor. I am trying to figure out if it is part #AP3772847 or #AP3796802 before I dig into the freezer. Can you guys help me? thank you.

Eric for Model Number PFS22MISBBB

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My refrig damper is not working. Could the thermostat bi metal part be the cause of the problem?

Steven for Model Number gds20kbsacc

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