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Part Number: AP4965516
MFG Part Number: 15003918
Made by: Maytag

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The defroster does not seem to be getting power. When i enter the forced defrost cycle from the control there ia 90 vac measured at the wire leading to the defroster when measured open circuit. The voltage goes to 0 when the wire plugged to the defroster. Defroster measures 31 ohms. Same thing happens whith the new defroster rod I ordered. It acts as if there is a high resistance or bad power feed. What does the defrost terminator do. e.g. sensor for hot evaporator so shut down defrost. Is it overridden in the forced defrost mode? Does the control board drive the defroster with a relay or a triac? I don't how to test the defrost terminator or the control board for powering the defrost coil. Note: I have been trying these tests with open refrigerator and warm fully defrosted evaporator. I have also tried cooling the terminator and no difference.

Ken for Model Number AMANA ABL2222fes

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I noticed that you talk about the evaporator fan turning off when you open the door (or at least making sure the light switch is depressed to check the fan). My refrigerator doesn't do this. The fan stays on whether or not i have the light switch depressed, although the lights seem to work properly. I have also had intermittent problems with frost build up to the point that the refrigerator gets warm. I think the frost is blocking the vent to the refrigerator at that point since there is ice on the evaporator coils and on the inside of the freezer wall. I thought the defrost heater was the culprit and was planning on replacing it, but i wonder if the control board may be the issue given that the fan seems to stay on and the frosting problem is several months between incidents. If I defrost the coil manually, the refrigerator and freezer and fan all work again. It is possible that the door to the refrigerator or frezer was left cracked for a few hours within a week or so before the freeze up, but I would expect a defrost cycle to clear any problems with that. Is it OK/normal that the fan does not immediately turn off when you open the doors to the freezer or refrigerator? Can the refrigerator/freezer run for months without a defrost heater?

Ken for Model Number ABL222FES

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Not going into defrost, runing all the time. Temps are all ok or too low. Is this a cotrol board? No defrost timer on wiring diagram. Were is it located?

John

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