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    • Part Number: AP2150133
    • MFG Part Number: 5303918202
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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My refrigerators' center divider is very hot. I can't touch it with my hand. What causes this?

Juan for Model Number FFHT1826LQ5

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The coil freezes up after about a month of refrigeration. When ice is removed it runs great for about another month. We are not sure what part needs replacing. What part do we need?

Tom B. for Model Number FRT211NLHBO

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I unplugged all the leads to the defroster thermostat and to heater before ordering the part and can't remember what plugs into where...can you help me?

Debbie for Model Number FRS20ZRGW5

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I ordered the thermostat that your system said was the exact fit (AP2150133) when i got ready to put it in the old one has three wires coming out of it two blue and a black and the one you sent only has two blue wires coming out fo it ... how should I hook the new one up or is it the wrong one thanks Willie

Willie for Model Number GLRT183TDWA

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I ordered a defrost thermostat and a defrost heater for my unit in my garage to try and cure the freezing up problem on the coils behind the fan. I replaced the defrost heater first and when I attempted the defrost thermostat there was no place to plug in the defrost heater. the thermostat only has two wires and the one in my freezer has the two blue wires but it also s the plug for the heater. I spoke to one of your customer service techs, Nathan and he said they sent me the right thermostat but the manufacturer changed this set up and said that you all could maybe give me details on how to make this part work. I don't see how it will without a place to plug in the heater. Any ideas?

David for Model Number LFTR1814LW1

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I bought this refrigerator for a price I should have known something was wrong. When I plugged it in, the compressor kicked in, ran for 5-10 minutes, and shut down. I left it plugged in for a couple days, and even put something in the freezer, to make sure it would freeze. After a couple days, the inside of the refrigerator is cool, not like I think it should. The item I put in the freezer was cold, but not frozen. I left it for a week, and checked on the freezer again. The item was cold, and the contents was stiff, but not frozen. What could be causing this

John for Model Number FRT18KB2DWE

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I have an Electorlux model fftr1817lw2. The freezer is cold, but the lower section only gets cool at best.

Angelo for Model Number fftr1817lw2

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MY WASHER PACKED UP CAUSING WATER TO GO UNDER MY FRIDGE, THE FRIDGE RUNS BUT NO COLD AIR IN FREEZER OR FRIDGE AND IT KEEPS CLICKING??

Steve for Model Number M4JXNWFYWOO

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Freezer section works but the refrigerator section is not cooling. What is most likely the problem?

Stanley S. for Model Number lFHT1513LW5

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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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