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Water Tank Heater

Part Number: AP4345623
MFG Part Number: WR13X10500
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Support.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WR13X10500 (AP4345623) replaces 1476896, AH2322931, EA2322931, PS2322931.

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Good Morning, I have recently ordered a water tank heater for my refrigerator and I have two questions. 1.) The technician said that the heater can be read with an ohm meter at two locations, either at the heater itself unplugged or at CN78 with the connector unplugged, no power at pins 4 and 5 and the readings should be 45 ohms + or - 7% and also at pins 4 and 5 powered on and energized you should read 12vdc. I do read 12vdc, but the ohmage was 70 ohms at both locations since it is a straight connection. Is this acceptable for proper operation? 2.) Also what tells the control board to apply 12vdc to those pins to energize the heater. I'm concerned my new heater board is defective since the ohmage is higher thanwhat is cakled for in the service manual and by the tech. Can you help me please determine what is correct or not and is this a good heater. Thank you so much for you help and support and I will wait to hear from you if you can answer these 2 questions for me. Sincerely, Terry H

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Good Afternoon, I want to purchase a water tank heater, item # 111 for the listed GE refrigerator (part # AP4345623), but could you tell me if 74 ohms is a proper reading to get across the leads. Is that considered an operable part or what should the correct reading be? I have a condensation drip coming from behind the water tank and the tank is not leaking and thought maybe if the heater wasnt working extra condensation would always appear. Is that an accurate statement. Your help is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Jess

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