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Customer Questions and Answers for Control, Temp by GE

    • Part Number: AP2061722
    • MFG Part Number: WR9X521
    • Made by: GE
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I'm having a problem on the freezer side. I changed the defrost heater because the lower part of the freezer wasn't cold enough. The top part and refrigerator side temperature is ok. I checked the bottom vent from refrigerator to freezer and is not blocked. The timer seems to be running. I have the control in maximum for freezer and number 4 on refrigerator side. The evaporator fan is running but the problem is still there.

Herminio for Model Number TFX30PPBAAA

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Noticed that freezer temp was warming up, followed by the fresh side. I checked compressor (it was warm and humming to touch), coils were relatively clean, both fans are working. Freezer is now holding at 46, fresh side is almost room temp with it constantly running. From what I have read, I suspect either the defrost thermostat (WR50X122) or the Temp control (WR9X521) I also wanted to check the freezer/fresh sides drainage, but could not find drain pan and did not know how to check the line from the bottom of the condenser at back of freezer side. Would you just run warm water in it? Does the fresh side have a drain line that should be checked?

Hunter for Model Number TPX24BRYAWW

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The temp readout in the door Quit working. How do I fix it?

Jim D for Model Number G.E. GSL25JFTABS

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The side by side freezer runs all the time. The refrigerator side doesn't seem to be cold enough. Frost builds up on the freezer side. Can't feel any air coming through the damper. Looks like it's open. I did defrost it last week, and it seemed like it was blowing air through the damper. Now nothing.

Walt for Model Number TFX28PPC CC

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I have a GE refrigerator Model# TPX24BPDBBB. The refrigerator side is getting too cold. At the minimum setting the interior temperature is 32 degrees. The freezer section seems to be operating normally. GE recommends replacing the defrost heater.The defrost heater, WR51X10055, was changed last April. Do you think the heater has gone bad again or is something else wrong?

Frank for Model Number TPX24BPDBBB

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My freezer is getting to cold . The compressor does not appear to be turning no matter where I set control execpt in off position. Would temp control be causing this.

Buc for Model Number TPX24PRYAWW

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My freezer is getting to cold. The compressor does not appear to be turning off. Would this be the temp control?

Charlie for Model Number TPX24PRYAWW

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I have a 1998 GE Profile side-by-side (TPX24BRYFBB) that seems to be in great shape, except that lately the cooling system is sometimes not coming back on (causing both the freezer and fresh food sections to get too warm). If I slide the freezer temperature control off and then on (back to the same setting), the cooling system comes on and the temperature returns to normal. All will be good for a day or two, but then the unit gets "stuck" again. Does this sound familiar? Would the temperature control be the right first target for replacement? I've heard that GE Profile refrigerators have faulty motherboards, but I don't see anything that indicates that my unit has one. Thanks, Hugh

Hugh for Model Number TPX24BRYFBB

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My GE refrigerator has begun running constantly. Both the freezer and fresh food section are cold enough. (On higher settings the fresh food section may be too cold). Is this the most logical part to start with?

Bob for Model Number tph21pbsaww

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