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    • Part Number: AP4355467
    • MFG Part Number: WR51X10101
    • Made by: GE
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I need to replace the heater bracket assembly but also need new "clips" (not sure of the correct name - but it is the end of the blue and pink wires that has a metal connector and plastic casing that plugs into the bracket assembly). The ones that are on the wires now burnt and are black and charred. Can you help me locate the right part? Also, will I need to buy 4 since it looks like this bracket has four plug ins? Thanks!

Amber for Model Number GSL25JFTA BS GE side-by-side

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I have a GE side by side refrigerator model# gss22sgpass. the freezer part wants to freeze up and the freezer is not cold and the refrigerator part is not cold. Can you please tell me what the problem is? Thank you

Sasha

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Hello, We have a GE side-by-side, model GSH22KGPD WW, Ser.# 200053 that is running differently than in years past. There is no air flow entering the refrigerator compartment through the vent at the upper left side rear, even though the compartment seems to be reasonably cool. I'm sure there used to be cold air flow out of this vent in the past. A fan in the freezer seems to be running continuously at high speed. The freezer is cold with the contents frozen solid. There is a small accumulation of light surface frost on the inside back panel of the freezer. Used to be the fan(s) would noticeably change speed periodically, so the constant high speed of the fan in the freezer is apparent. We bought the unit used, and I replaced the main PWB a few years ago to solve an odd "moaning" noise one of the fans was making at times. The unit has run perfectly afterwards until now. Reading different forums leads me to believe that either the defrost heater has failed (apparently a high-mortality part), the defrost t'stat (thermistor ?) has failed (less likely ?) or the PWB has crapped out (hopefully not! $$!). I'm reasonably handy with tools and multi-meters, so practical troubleshooting advice and/or point-to-point wiring continuity/resistance will be greatly appreciated! Jim

Jim for Model Number GSH22KGPD WW

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Defrost Heater Kit by GE Part Number AP4355467 My model uses only one bulb. Will this double bulb kit fit my harness without any modification?

Loyd for Model Number GE ESS22XGMDWW

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I need the one that is 7 1/2 long not the 9 in. Can you help?

Brayton for Model Number TFX20JRBK WW

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Check defrost heater and it shows good. Freezer coils continue to freeze up.

Dana for Model Number ge hss221fmaww

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My freezer seems to be working fine, but the refrigerator will not cool below 64 degrees. Both settings are on 5. Is it probably the defrost heater?

Frank for Model Number gss201epacc

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We have a solid sheet of ice on the floor of the freezer which actually froze over the drain hole so water was beginning to drip from the front when door was opened. We cleaned all the ice out and it is forming again, what part could be bad? This is another problem we have always had.....the ice freezes together in the dispenser/ container and then has trouble going through the process to be dispensed into our glass. Frost & ice build up everyday, we have to clean it off and chisel the ice so the ice can come through. Therefore everytime we open freezer door, frost is scraped off and falls on the floor. My husband said he noticed that there seemed to be a flaw in the gasket - (a gap) in the freezer door where the ice comes out. Sometimes we hear a stray ice cube that just falls out on the floor!!! I have had it up to here with this thing. I have talked to a lot of people who have different brands and they have similar problems. Can the industry not fix these problems. I bought my fridge in 2000. Our problems started within the first year! Any help would be appreciated, thanks!

Wilda for Model Number FEF377CFBE

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Bottom of freezer in the refrigerator (top is refrigerator, bottom is freezer) has ice accumulating every day which has to be removed. Believe ice is coming from moisture extruded through slots in the back of the freezer compartment. What is the cause of this.

Harold for Model Number Maytag MBF1958 XEW Refrigerator

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Have changed heaters and thermostat in freezer ....It worked fine for 2 monthes no freezer will not shut off...Is this sign of faulty defrost timer or maybe somthing else? Ps bought the parts from you...Ty bob

Robert for Model Number TFX20JRXDWW

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