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    • Part Number: AP2150024
    • MFG Part Number: 5303917954
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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I noted that my refrigerator and freezer were getting warm and the appliance was running non stop. I cleaned out the bottom condenser of dust and also noted frost build up on the back freezer wall. I emptied the unit and let it defrost over night. It is now running and all is correct on temps in the freezer and fridge though I noted that it will not stop running. I turned the control knob in the freezer way down and would think I would have heard a clicking sound when the thermostat clicked off but it does not click and the unit continues to run unless I turn the knob to off. I turned the timer to the defrost mode and waited to see if it was working which it is as the unit turned back on after a period of time. I think I need the thermostat control but the guides are telling me it is a defrost control. Could you help me on this so I can get the correct part..it is listed in the guide as 5303300027. Does the freezer walls have to be removed to install this or is all of the unit contained under the panel in the freezer section...in other words...can I replace this with out a tech and/or too much problem. Thank you.

Dave for Model Number FRS26ZRG

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Frost is building up on the ice dispenser chute. The chute door is closing and I checked this with a light to make sure there was no leakage of light for air to intrude. The parts diagram shows a heater at the door flap. Now too the evaporator core was almost 2/3 a chunk of ice. Does the defrost thermostat control the heater in the door flap area? Also the heater in the evap. showed continuity. So something is causing the evap to freeze up as well as the frost and ice buildup at the ice dispenser chute opening. Once I defrosted the evap, the refrigerator now cycles and the timer is clocking. But I really wonder if I have a multitude of parts that have failed, like the defrost timer, defrost thermostat and the door flap heater. Would the defrost thermostat control the defrost cycles for both the door flap and the evap. heater?

John for Model Number FRS26ZRFW3

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Freezer is building up ice and then leaking out through the door. Should I change the heating coil or defrost thermostat?

Stephen for Model Number frs20zsh

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I have a traulsen ur48dt-a side by side. The evap coils were completely frozen. I checked both the heating coil and defrost timer. Both are good. My problem is I cant find the part for this particular model. I've called and looked everywhere. The thermostat has L65-30F written on it. Is there a different thermostat I can use for this?

Cory for Model Number ur48dt-a

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Since I can not find the model number will any thermostat work?

Stuart for Model Number can not find

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Hello. Frost buildup in freezer, fridge stays warm. I've replaced the defrost timer and still have the problem. Before I order the defrost thermostat, I want to check with my digital ohm-meter. Do I need to remove the thermostat to do this test? Can I just touch the 2 thermostat wires with my leads and get a reading without removing it? Also, if it is an "open" reading (meaning a faulty part?), does that mean I am getting numbers greater than 0 on my ohmmeter? Thank you.

Bob for Model Number frt22tseb2

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My refrigerator is not staying cold. I have noticed that the evaporator coil in the back of the freezer has been covered in ice. I have defrosted several times only to see it freeze up again a week lator. Does that Mean I need to replace the element or the heating thermastat?

Ken for Model Number 25360157990

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Freezer is freezing up and not defrosting cause bottom to warm up and not get cold.

Nancy

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How do you check the defrost thermostat by resistance on meter?

Jimmy M. for Model Number mrt18dngw1

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I've replaced the following two items on my FRS20ZRGW2 Frg(v6) / Refrigerator, both parts purchased from appliancepartspros.com 1) AP2150024 Defrost thermostat 2) AP2111929 Refrigerator defrost timer The unit is still showing the same symptoms of not cooling on the fridge side as it should. When I adjust the thermostat on the fridge side, nothing happens. The unit will not kick on or off, the thermostat doesn't click. The freezer side is "working" and the thermostat is working on the freezer side. What is also happening is that once the unit runs is 8 hour cycle to go into defrost mode, it throws the breaker in my breaker box. I can advance the defrost timer and reset the breaker and it'll run another ~8 hours until it trips again. Any suggestions as to what I might do next? Thank you very much for your time.

John for Model Number FRS20ZRGW2 Frg(v6) / Refrigerator

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