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    • Part Number: AP2635479
    • MFG Part Number: WR9X482
    • Made by: GE
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My refrigerator's defrost timer didn't work, so I ordered defrost control WR9X482. I received it yesterday, and I replaced the old one. I found this control didn't turn the compressor on and off. I want to return it, could you tell me what is the process to return for refund? Thanks

Koming S. for Model Number TFX20KHB

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I need a defrost timer and just wanted to make sure I order the correct one for my unit. The model number is TFF24RB. Is part # AP2635479 the correct timer for this model? Thank you.

Karl for Model Number TFF24RB

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How long is the defrost cycle and time interval? Thanks, Ron

Ron for Model Number Part #wr9x482 defrost timer

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Where can I find the defrost timer on this frig?

Susan for Model Number TFX4RFB GE Refrigerator

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My fridge is having a defrost problem. The heating element and thermostat are good so I am looking at the defrost timer as the problem but I am not sure where it is located. It looks like it is near the top of the freezer towards the back. Is that correct? Thank you for your help! Paul

Paul for Model Number GE TFF20DBC

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My GE refrigerator has problems of defrost.The heat resistant are good and the defrost thermostat is new. Where is located the defrost control? The model is GETFX27EH. Appreciate your help. Thanks a lot.

Hector Q.

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Can you please tell where where I can find the defrst timer so I can check it for continuity. Thanks

Deanna for Model Number Ge Model TFX27FH WITH CUSTOM DISPENSER

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Unit freezes up in back wall of freezer every 7 to 10 days. Unplug till it thaws out and ok until it freezes again 7 to 10 days. Is it the timer or the thermostat? Heating coils have checked out ok.

Bo for Model Number tfx22dh

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I just realized that the instructions meant that I splice the new wire to the existing one, so I figured that one out. My next question is that the old defrost timer has a ground wire fused to the timer and grounded to the bottom support bar. There is not a specific place to connect the ground wire to the new unit. I can unscrew one of the screws that holds the new timer together and try to use that for a ground...should I?

Jane for Model Number GE TFF20DB

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Once again thanks for the info! The timer was a bear to get out but I did manage to remove it. It is warm to the touch and on the front of the unit there is a window which shows rapid movement of something. Do either of those observations indicate that it is working? It does not look like the repacement timer part.

Jane for Model Number GE TFF20DB

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