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    • Part Number: AP3140379
    • MFG Part Number: WR60X10063
    • Made by: GE
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The damper on my GE Profile fridge model PSW26SGPASS has broken. The replacement part seems to be WR60X10063. However, the electrical connection is different. The damper on my fridge is on a wire harness which is soldered to the damper motor (four wires, red, white, blue and yellow) and to the fan, with a plug connection to the fridge wiring. The replacement part has a plug in connection, which seems from the photos to have only two wires. So, is this the correct damper for my model? If so, do I need to replace the damper, the fan and the wire harness? If so, what parts should I order other than the damper? And will the new harness fit the connection in the fridge? Thanks

Derek for Model Number PSW26SGPASS

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I have received delivery of parts WR60X10063 and -062 and want to know if there is an installation video available on your web site?

Mike for Model Number PS123SGNABS

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I have a 42 inch built in GE Monogram. About every 15 minutes, the refrigerator makes a noise like a woodpecker for about 3 seconds. It sounds like it is coming from the bottom section of the refrigerator behind the climate control drawer. Any ideas on what's wrong and how to fix it?

Tom for Model Number ZISB420DMC

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The model number I listed does not show up in your list of available model numbers when looking for the damper assy parts for the lower custom cool area. Parts I am looking at are WR60X10063 or WR60X10062. Which part fits my model fridge?? Do I need any additional parts to replace the damper and stop it from making noise?

Dave for Model Number PSS27SGRBSS

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I have a GE 48" built in side by side model # ZISP480DXASS. I notice that everytime I turn on the quick chill for the lower drawer the damper open and and makes clicking/flapping noise. It does open and close properly but just when it open it clicks/flapps. I only see one damper assembly door. Which part should I order to replace it. I'm ok at DIY, would this be something that I can repair myself without any speciality tool/kit aside from ordering the part?

Jack for Model Number ZISP480DXASS

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Can you please advise the part number for the lower dampers in the quick chill section. When I enter my model number it indicaters that WR60X10063 is not the correct part but yet it is on the schematic page for my refirgerator.

John F for Model Number ZISS480DRBS

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Hi! My GE LSS25XSTB SS Side by side fridge has a weird problem. It will work great, then it will act like it is going into defrost, but stay in defrost mode for a LONG time, like maybe for a day or two. Then it will start working normally again. While it is in defrost mode, the top of the freezer gets warm, and the ice cubes and anything in the top 2/5ths of the freezer starts to melt. Stuff that is lower seems to stay frozen OK. But the real problem is that while it is in this mode, it freezes any veggies in the veggie trays. We have lost a lot of salad, and spinach this way. It's like it has decided the bottom half of each side is now a freezer, and the top half are melting. After reading the other posts I have done some tests: defrost heater (Part G7102 which might be WR51X10055) has a resistance of ~25 Ohms and looks like a burned out light bulb. I tested the defrost limiting thermometer, WR50X10068 and it is continuous when cold. I tried testing the thermister, but it read -57k ohms which didn't make sense, but it was in circuit at the time, I can't see where I can detach one of it's leads to test it properly. I think this might be a simple problem of a bad defrost heater, but other people didn't seem to have the same symptoms so I wonder if there is another problem or possibly that there are two failed parts. Questions: Other people with bad defrost heaters were reading many thousands of ohms. Could mine be bad at 25 ohms? How do I measure the thermister resistance? what parts need to come off? Would you test any other parts? Thanks, Jim

Jimbolina for Model Number LSS25XSTB SS

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This damper broke, creating a knocking noise every time it tried to operate. Our plumber removed this part, thinking that would solve the problem, but now the freezer temperature and the temperature in the quick thaw drawer are not maintaining properly--freezer too warm, drawer too cold. Refrigerator temperature is fine. Is this damper essential to the proper temperature maintenance of the freezer and drawer?

LITTLE1ONE for Model Number PSS25NGMD WW (GE Profile Arctica)

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How can I check damper to see if it is working?

Arun for Model Number pss26sgrass

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