Where is defrost control located?
Answer Hello B. It is located in the control section inside the refrigerator, behind the control cover. Hope this helps.
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Need the adaptive defrost control board and the defrost timer part #'s for Kenmore Model #10671282102. Do you have these parts #'s, do you have them in stock, and how much for each including shipping?
Answer James, the timing of the defrost is incorporated in the adaptive defrost board, part number 2304099. The defrost heater is part number 2315530 and the defrost thermostat is part number 4387503. You may click on the part numbers to view the parts information online. Please see the following link to view our shipping options. Thanks! http://www.appliancepartspros.com/customerservice/shipping.aspx
Refrigerator warm/freezer warm. Overload/starter device doesn't rattle when shook. Cooling down of condenser sensor trips the fan on compressor fan operates, compressor gets warm, no visual signs of frost on coolant lines any suggestions?
If the compressor is running but not hot, only warm, and there is no frost pattern on the coils of the evaporator then the issue will be a sealed system problem. Could be a restriction in the filter dryer, a faulty compressor or leak in the sealed system.
Freezer back panel is frosting up, I replace defrost thermostat & defrost heater & defrost timer, Now I think the new defrost timer is bad. The old defrost thermostat # t-o-d 37tu31 31328 l64-41f 197d3382poo3j0429 The new defrost thermostat # t-o-d 37tu31 31662 l64- 41f 19703382pod6 j1339 Old defrost thermostat "OHMS" read 0 New. " ". ". ". "OHMS". """. 3 New & old Defrost timer. "OHMS. Read the same on one terminal. And turn it to defrost mode the same on other terminal Two. other terminal read 0 When I turn the timer to defrost mode the heater get hot when I by pass the thermostat the heater get hot what do I do now? Thank,You Ed
Answer Hello Ed,
When the unit is in defrost, terminal 3 to terminal 2 should read a complete circuit, (0 ohms). When in run, terminal 3 to terminal 4 will read a complete circuit. If these read good and the timer motor runs when 120Vac is applied across terminals 3 to 1, there is no problem with the timer. You should let the unit run until down to temperature and advance the timer into the defrost cycle and look a the heater. It will heat up if operating properly, (as long as the defrost thermostat is below 50°F). If this happens properly, you should check for voltage to the timer motor. The timer has to advance in order to kick into and out of defrost. The defrost timer gets its' voltage from the temperature control.