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    • Part Number: AP2061695
    • MFG Part Number: WR9X489
    • Made by: GE
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My evaporator is frosting up. Every couple of months I need to unplug the refrig and let it defrost. The timer seems to be okay. I can turn it until the fan and compressor stops. I wait about a half hour and the compressor and fan start backup. Should I be able to feel warmth on the rear of the freezer section when I turn the timer to the defrost cycle? (I do this while the freezer is still cold). I was thinking of just replacing the heater and thermostat assembly. The refrig is a GE model TPS24BPDB BS. This model does not should on you list of models. The closest model is TPS24BPDA BS. Is this model the same as the TPS24BPDB BS? I think the refrig is over 10 years old. Should I replace the timer as well? Thanks Dave

Dave R for Model Number TPS24BPDB BS

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Freezer got frosted up and food thawed...in freezer... Refrig not cooling The fan between the two is running Had this problem 1 yr ago and replaced the defrost heater assy.. Also notice that the door edge between the refrig and freezer is warm...almost hot to the touch.

P T for Model Number ge...tfh22jw

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We have a hotpoint refrigerator model number CSX22GRXAWW will not stop running must turn off manualy I tryed to turn down temp control thermostat will not shut off until turned to off postition last week unpluged for 24 hours pluged back in ran good for a week temp control thermostat worked.

Joe B for Model Number CSX22GRXAWW

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Food freezes in fresh food side. Solution/part?

Barry for Model Number GE TFX20JAXA

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I've checked the continuity on the defrost control timer (WR9X489). There is continuity between 2 & 3 in the defrost mode. There is continuity between 3 & 4 at every other position on the dial. An earlier post mentioned that there should always be continuity between 1 & 3, my defrost control timer never has continuity between 1 & 3. Can you tell me if this defrost control timer is operating correctly?

Jacob for Model Number 363.59522996

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Where is the defrost timer located on this refrigerator?

David J. for Model Number GE TFX22PPBEWW

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The freezer of my GE side-by-side fridge seems to go into defrost mode and food & packages form ice crystals as if beginning to thaw and then refreezing.

Mom for Model Number TFX25JR

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Side-by-side R/F - Freezer section working normal, all fans normal/coils clean. Refrigerator side sitting at 60 F.????

Bob for Model Number TFX26PPDA

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I noticed the back wall of the freezer is covered in ice/frost and the fridge is not cooling... I took off the back panel in the freezer and found a snow like frost on the bottom half of the evaporator kit... I'm planning to check the defrost timer thermostat and heater when i get home... Do you know which of these 3 will most likely be the culprit? and which replacement part numbers I will need for my unit? GE TFX26ZPDAA

Sam for Model Number GE TFX26ZPDAA

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The coils behind the back panel of the freezer are frozen and covered in a block of frost. How do I decide if I have faulty Defrost timer or defrost thermostat or the defrost heater. Is there a way to check defrost timer to eliminate possibilities. Thanks!

Priti for Model Number GE TFX22CRXOHW

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