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Overload Protect

Part Number: AP5108813
MFG Part Number: EAF44336501
Made by: LG
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Genuine LG part. See all items in Refrigerator Relay, Overload, Capacitor.

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Part Number EAF44336501 (AP5108813) replaces 1463245, AH3620524, EA3620524, PS3620524.

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Loud clicking from the back of my refrigerator Randy W. • Granbury, TX • March 04, 2015
Appliance: Model LG LFC27931SB

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Is it normal for the overload protect, part no. eaf44336501-ap5108813, to rattle inside when shaken?

John for Model Number LSC27931SS


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I start hearing a "clipping nail" strange noise behind my LG refrigerator. For days until approximately a week my refrigerator was completely melted and the compresor did not run at all. The evaporator was really dirty with dust. Then I order the overload relay and the capacitor for that compressor. Just waiting for the overload part and test it if it was that. Now I checked the 3 terminals in the compresor and it read 3, then 6 then 9, so that is telling me that the compresor still good, Am I correct?Please any advice will be helpful, thank you .

Juan for Model Number LSC27931ST


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My refrigerator started making a loud clicking noise which was coming from the rear lower panel. The noise seemed to occur when the compressor cycled on and off. It clicks then will not click again for approximtely 10-15 minutes, it may not click for an hour or so and then start clicking every 20 minutes. It finally stopped cooling sometime last night as the ice was melted onto my kitchen floor in the a.m.. I beleive it may be the overload protection but not sure.

Ray M for Model Number LSC27931SW


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