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    • Part Number: AP3796033
    • MFG Part Number: WR08X10061
    • Made by: GE
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I just received the overload/relay replacement for my GE but I don't know how to replace it, do I need to order another part to install it? The new part #WR08X10061 is what I just received. Thank you

Constance M. for Model Number SDL20KCABS

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How do you remove the overload release from it's housing to replace it?

Phil for Model Number pfs22misbww

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How do you remove the old white relay/ overload from the black housing without damaging it. Mine seems to be stuck. david

David for Model Number pfs22misbww

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How is this specific part (WR08X10061) replaced? Can you please provide instructions?

Elton for Model Number pfs22sisbss

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Hello, I have a GE Profile with French doors. I have a loud clicking from the back of the unit, and the compressor has trouble starting (it takes about 3-6 clicks before it finally starts). I called GE, and my local GE shop, and they said it was a bad motherboard. GE has now sent me 3 motherboards, at no charge, but no success (still have a click). The last motherboard lasted only 12 hours before the click returned. I pulled the lower panel off and can now hear the click coming from down by the compressor, NOT the motherboard. Sometimes when it clicks, I also hear a humming sound for a few minutes. The fan seems to be running fine. Please help.

Wes for Model Number PFS22S1SBSS

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Refridge & freezer not cooling. The Condensor fan comes on but, the compresser never starts.

Philip for Model Number PFS22MISBWW

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Frig is not cooling, checked compressor it is working, what should I look for next to see which part I need? Also, I checked the defrost parts, all are working. Thank you.

Andy for Model Number PDS22MBRBWW

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Clicking noise from the side of the compressor (not the control board). Fan is working. "Click" compressor starts to vibrate, a few seconds later, "click" compressor stops. It must kick in every once in awhile because, although the temp fluctuates, the refrigerator does manage to stay relatively cool and the clicking doesn't always happen. This morning, fridge was at 40+ and freezer was at 20 degrees(warmest it's ever been), pulled the fridge away from the wall, compressor was running (no clicking) and everything on the back was hot to the touch. Pointed a big fan at it to help cool things down and the inside temp instantly started to decrease. Once temps stabilized and reached desired temps, compressor and fan shut down like they're suppose to. Now, it's clicking again and the inside temp is raising again. My question: Should I be looking to replace the overload/relay or the PTC +OLP asm?

Adam for Model Number PFS22MBSBBB

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Ok, great I had the first order canceled as I will purchase both or a start kit if you have one kit. I also tried to as I replaced the mainboard yesterday, to jump the compressor to the main power, not the board while plugged in. The same thing, clicking from the overload relay?

Charles for Model Number pfs22misbbb

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My compressor is not turning on while everything else is ok exept for that clicking sound on the relay with the overload. I purchased start capacitor on line earlier, can the overload be removed from the relay? How. or should I change the start capcitor and see if the compressor turns on first? If not, part 811, will that include the relay and overload or are they sepereate?

Charles P. for Model Number PFS22MISBBB

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