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Thermos Defr

Part Number: AP2071272
MFG Part Number: WR50X134
Made by: GE
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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 WR50X134 (AP2071272) replaces 304843, AH303484, EA303484, PS303484, WR50X0134.

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How to Replace Thermos Defr #WR50X134

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Thermos Defr #WR50X134 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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Last summer our fridge started leaking water from the freezer into the fridge-a LOT of water. I read somewhere online that we needed to take the freezer apart to clean out any ice that had been building up under the piece of plastic that covers the freezer floor. We did that & also took some of the plastic off the back of the inside of the freezer and cleaned the ice off of that part too, and then the leaking stopped. However, my husband thought it would be a good idea to clean the dust off of the coils but this refrigerator is all closed up so you can't see the coils. He spent a few hours trying to get as much nasty dust out of the motor or condenser or what ever that thing was in the back at the bottom of the refrigerator. WHY do they close them up like that? We thought it might be on purpose so people can't keep the coils clean so the appliance will burn out faster so they can sell you another one. But, I think we bought this one new in 1997, so I guess 17 years is pretty good. It's really not when you consider we had a little old refrigerator that was well over 40 years old and still running perfectly in 1991, but we left it in the house we sold for the new buyers. (It was in the basement/family room-for beer when we had parties-that's where the pool table was located, in the finished basement.) If those people took care of that little refrigerator, I'll bet it's still running. But we did have to defrost it because it was built before they had frost-free refrigerators. I think it was over 40 years old when we bought it and we used it for 10 years and then like I said, we left it for the new buyers of our house. Now, why can't they build appliances to last like that these days? I've been told that if your refrigerator lasts for more than 6-7 years you've had it longer than you were supposed to! Is that true??? Anyway, I guess I just wondered if you know of a way to clean the coils? How do we get that piece of cardboard off the back? Or, should we clean the coils? Maybe they make them so you don't have to do that now. ? ? ? Also, I can't find a shelf for this freezer. I didn't get one when I bought the refrigerator because I didn't have the extra money at the time, but I would like to have one in there-it's VERY inconvenient not having a shelf in the freezer! Thanks for listening. Barb

Barb for Model Number CTX18LYYCRWH

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Freezer works well, refrig is warm. Defrost timer tested bad so I replaced with new one. After about a week freezer froze up and refrig warm again. Set into defrost mode, defroster does not heat up. Removed therostat tests no continuity, placed in glass of ice water for 10 min and still no continuity. New thermostat ordered. I have an old working unit that I took the thermostat out of and that tests bad too. When I put it in ice water that one tests as an open circuit also. Am I testing the thermostat wrong?

Ted for Model Number Hotpoint Refrig/freezer CTX14AYXLRWH

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Hi, I started to notice that the ice in my freezer would be a little melted sometimes, then at other times it would be fine. What would be causing this to happen? Thanks, Tony

Tony for Model Number CTX18HABBRAA

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I replaced the defrost timer and all worked fine for a week or so and then the same issue of not cooling the fresh food section but the freezer is in the negative

Kevin for Model Number TBX16SSXKRWH

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I checked the defrost timer by turning until it clicked to defrost and the heating coil in the freezer came on all the way across and started to defrost the cooling coils yet still the fresh food section of the refrigerator does not get cool. The fan kicks on and the freezer gets to below zero. Could it be the defrost thermostat?

Kev for Model Number TBX16SSXKRWH

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Thermos Deft Part Number AP2071272. Is this for 18 degrees centigrade or 4 degrees? Please specify.

Yeshwant for Model Number TBG14JAZBRWH

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