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    • Part Number: AP2061708
    • MFG Part Number: WR9X502
    • Made by: GE
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Where can I find a manual for this refrigerator? I did look at GE.com website but there is help there also this refrigerator does go into defrost but I have notice that the refrigerator part stays warm for a long time after it. Could my defrost time or thermostat be bad.

Carl for Model Number tbx18siserwh

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Where is the defrost timer located in the GE Adora fridge?

Dru S for Model Number Dss25kgra bb

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I cant find the defrost timer! About once a year I have to defrost my fridge because the bottom (the food area) wont get cold. After I defrost and get rid of the ice then it stays nice and cold for about a year! Thanks.

Mike for Model Number tbxw25fpf

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I have just installed a # WR9X502 defrost timer in my Monogram BIS42CKC side-by-side refrigerator/freezer which is freezing properly but was not cooling properly in the fresh-food section. I notice that the part has a provision for advancing (?) the timer manually from the exterior with a bladed screwdriver in a small clockwise-only "drum". Does the part need adjusting after installation If so, how many "clicks" ?

Dinosauro

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Not cooling. Top freezer will get to about forty degrees, not enough to freeze anything. Refrigerator compartment will get about fifty degrees. That is with everthing turned to coldest setting. Thermostat checks good. I hooked a volt meter to the wires going to the heater. Manually put it in defrost, got about 39 to 40 volts. Should there be 110 volt there? I hooked a cord to the heater and plugged it in to an outlet and in about three m inutes or so the heater glowed red. Any info will be welcomed.

Joe for Model Number tbx18kkg

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I am looking for the correct defrost timer for my refrigerator. The search brings up Part Number: AP2061708 , but the check compatiblility said NOT the correct part. Which one is correct?

Johnny for Model Number CTX21ELR Hotpoint

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I have replaced thermostat but ice still build up. Where would I find defrost timer, if I need to replace it? How to check if it is faulty?

Joe for Model Number hotpoint refrigerator csx22gr

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The part no I need is WR9X436 and the model no is TBH21DPE. It is a 12 hour defrost timer. Your website lists the part no as WR09X0436 and the model no as TBH21DPERAD but this a 6 hour timer. I don't know if the "RAD" makes a difference. Using your part and model no it says it is compatible but I need to be sure because how can a 6 hour timer be a substitute for a 12 hour timer? Pls help.

Helen K. for Model Number TBH21DPE

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My refrigerator and freezer work when the temperature is lower outside but now with the warmer weather neither is cool enough. I took off the panel inside the freezer and there was no frost on the coils. The fans in the freezer and by the condenser are working and I've cleaned out all of the dust from underneath. What now? Thanks.

Len for Model Number hotpoint ctx16bazbrwh

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Looking at my defrost timer the small shaft is not turning. In addition I hear a slight grinding noise from it. I suspect that the timer is inop. Knowing that it will not defrost the evaporator until I get the new timer installed. Will it affect the cooling of the refrigerator or freezer short term ?

Chuck for Model Number ZISB48DYB

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