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Customer Questions and Answers for Cold Control by GE

    • Part Number: AP2061705
    • MFG Part Number: WR9X499
    • Made by: GE
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My freezer is only getting to 30 degrees and fridge side about 50. The back of freezer has frost on it, I removed back panel and evaporator coils are full of frost and ice. I am going to test the evaporator fan motor and the defrost heater and the defrost timer. I'm also going to check the defrost control in fridge side. I defrosted all the frost and ice...what do you suggest as steps to take? If these all check out, is there any way this could be a compressor problem?

Kenneth L for Model Number Sears Kenmore 363.9530780

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My freezer is working fine but the refrigerator side will not get cold. Have cleaned the coils under the fridge and did not notice any frosting or unusual issues. Fan is running fine and cool air circulating under the fridge.what part needs to be replaced to get the refrigerator to cooling again?

Tim for Model Number tfh24prsm

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Part # 428 has fallen from the temperature control. The freezer is not cooling enough. How can we fix it.

Terry for Model Number TFX20JRBAAA

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My fridge keeps freezing the food, water,pop,everything.the temp is 15 to 20 degrees F. compressor does not shut off.I think it's the cold control,part#wr9x499.What is your suggestion?

Gary for Model Number GE tfx25prydww

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My Freezer settings are normal and seems to work fine however my refigerator side needs to be turned up to setting 8 to get anywhere near cold 35 degrees. My bar code is CF20wcc TFX20jr would my cold control not be working properly?

Roger for Model Number TFX20JR

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What is the ideal temerature range for the fridge and the freezer compartments? I notice when the temerature reaches 40-42 degrees my unit cycles on. At the same time the temperature is at about 20 degrees in the freezer. It usually runs for about twenty to thirty minutes at a time and turns off for about the same amount of time, which means roughtly it runs for 12-hours! Is this normal? Sometimes there is not much in the fridge or the freezer, is this a major factor in what I'm experiencing?

Joseph W. for Model Number TFX22CRXAAA

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My freezer is working fine, but the fresh food part of the fridge is not keeping food cold. I have cleaned the coils, checked the other parts. Could it be the cold control? I turned the fridge down to 1, and the motor is still running.

Melissa for Model Number MSH22GR

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Your last answer said "Asked by Lucky R G. for Model TFX20JRXD WH Hello Lucky. The green/yellow wire goes to the ground. The brown hooks to the terminal on the left side, looking at the terminal, and the grey hooks onto the right side terminal of the control AP2061705. Hope this helps." New question is looking at the terminal which side up or down, or same side as ground would make it more clear. Thanks

Lucky R for Model Number TFX20JRXD WH

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I ordered a new cold control (thermostat) part #AP2061705 . How do I know which wire hooks where? I have one brown wire, one grey wire and one green/yellow wire

Lucky R G. for Model Number TFX20JRXD WH

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Food side is freezing up pop and water. Replaced the Cold Control...part # AP2061760 and this did not fix it. Any other suggestions.

R Patrick for Model Number GE TFH24JRS

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