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Refrigerator Condenser Cleaning Brush

Part Number: AP5631860
MFG Part Number: TJ103
Made by: Pro
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This coil brush removes dust and other airborne particles caught in your refrigerator condenser coils. Its soft bristles will not harm coils but will provide you with cleaner coils that result in saved energy. Size: 28-inch overall length for hard-to-reach areas. Use this brush once a month to ensure clean coils that will help your refrigerator last longer and operate more efficiently.

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Part Number TJ103 (AP5631860) replaces 4210463, 20001017, PM14X51, 103, 19950188, 3036269, 41103, 5303318693, 5303318893, 5303917809, A012001024, B47C, BR002, CARE1, PAC05, PM14X0051, PM14X51DDS, R0193004, R1930-4, RCB1, TJ4103, TJ41103, TJ90RCB1, TJB47C, WX14X0050, WX14X0051, WX14X50, WX14X51, WX14X51A, WX14X51R.

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What adjustment can you make on thermostat #989276 FSP?

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"Service" light comes on every 48 to 96 hours. I have cleaned the condenser fins. The light is turned off by depressing two differenct buttons - 1 for 15 seconds and another for 10 seconds. The service company wants $350 minimum to fix the problem. We have a clean house with no pets and only two of us using the refrigerator. The unit is 11 years old. Is there a less expensive solution? The unit, otherwise seems to be operating properly, but when the service light is on the temperature seems too cold and occassionaly freezes a refrigerated area.

Ken for Model Number Sub-Zero 36" Built-In 650-SS-1HR

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I get a lot of water at the bottom of my refrigerator each morning and late at night. Could this be condensation or do I have a blocked line?

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How do I use the brush? Do stick it in under the fridge along the coils (once I remove the toe plate in front, or what). I am afraid to poke something under there.

Paula for Model Number amana side by side AMA sr20tw

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How do I use the brush? Do stick it in under the fridge along the coils (once I remove the toe plate in front, or what). I am afraid to poke something under there.

Paula for Model Number amana side by side AMA sr20tw

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My freezer has a solid sheet of ice on the bottom. I thawed it out and found a drain in the back. I poured warm water through it and thought that would fix it. What should I check next? It has to becoming from the ice maker, which still makes ice, but I cant find or see where there is a leak?

Diy in Richmond for Model Number 59292991

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