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    • Part Number: AP2150133
    • MFG Part Number: 5303918202
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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Just received a new defrost thermostat and tested the continuity as instructed with the ohm meter and glass of ice water. It did not show continuity - ohm meter reads O.L (overload I guess), does not beep. Ohm meter reads 1.3 Mohms. Could the thermostat be bad right out of the box?

Jon for Model Number Kenmore 253.78173801

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My 2 year old refrigerator, freezer is always frosty, almost snow-like inside. What do I need to do to fix it? Fresh food compartment part seems fine.

Liz for Model Number frigidaire FPUI2188LF1

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The freezer door was accidently pushed open all night now the Refrigerator does not run at all could the capacitor be burned up

Mark for Model Number frt21il4fw4

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Thanks for you reply. How do you test a defrost thermostat? Are you simply looking for continuity or a specific resistance? Mitch

Mitch for Model Number FRT18S6ABL

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Hello, So far I have replaced the temperature control thermostat, the defrost timer, and the defrost heater, but the coils in the freezer keep icing up. All the door seals are good and tight. Could my problem be with the defrost thermostat? After defrosting with a hair dryer the fridge temperature will hold steady just under 40°F and the freezer is around 10° to 15° F. After several days the coils will freeze up again.

Mitch for Model Number FRT18S6ABL

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My frige is not cooling, but my freezer part is cooling fine.

Jc for Model Number frt18g5aw9

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I replace the defrost timer, it was set at 25 minutes, but the freezer still stays between 15-24 degrees and never goes below that. Could it be the fan cover damper? The refrigerator is always perfect about 38-42 degrees

Lois K. for Model Number fght1834kq

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I have replaced the defrost timer and the thermostat and have checked that the defrost heater is o.k. The refrigerator still runs all the time and the freezer section as well as the refrigerator is down to zero degrees. What do I do now?

Larry for Model Number FRT21LR7AB9

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Thermostat has been replaced. Frig temp was staying at 44-47 degrees only. Once changed went to 34 degrees. Just noticed 4 days after now temp went back to 44 degrees. No ice build up in freezer. Should we place defrost timer?

Maryann for Model Number 5303918202

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I am having a similar problem to an above question. The frame between the top door and the bottom door gets really hot. The sides of the fridge near the doors get warm as well. There is no buildup of ice in the freezer, and both fridge and freezer seem to be cooling properly. Where my question differs, is that my Condenser Fan Motor is running. It seems to run all the time, and I assume this is because the frame is hot. When I first noticed this I pulled the fridge out, cleaned the condenser coils, put the fridge back and the frame has been cool for a week. A week later I notice the fridge frame hot again. I turned the defrost timer a bit thinking it might be stuck, it turned fine and the temperature of the frame cooled. Could the defrost thermostat be the issue? How can I test this, and or how can I test the defrost timer, other than watching it turn?

Nick for Model Number FRT18S6AW7

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