Your part number AP4442090 appears to be the rocker switch for the freezer drawer on my fridge. Please confirm that it is the correct switch and advise how to remove the old switch. Thank you.
Answer Hello James! Yes, the push button switch 6600JB1010A is the switch for the freezer. You can remove this by using a putty knife and gently prying the switch out from the liner. Be careful not to damage the liner. The new one will push into place. Hope this helps, thanks!
The lights inside the refrige wont come on, well they do if you push the switch in and out on the front where the door closes on it to turn it oone find that in the fridge my husband who is an electrician says it is a relay switch where does one find that in the fridge?
Answer Hi Jay. The inside door switch for your unit is part # 6600JB3007E. It is located on top of the outside of the cabinet. It is a momentary switch / plunger as the door opens. I can-not find the reed type switch internally. There is a reed switch type in the freezer on the rt. side behind the drawer / door glide. The reed switch is the type that uses magnets that completes a low voltage circuit as the door is opened/closed. They are used on alarms, and sensors also. Thank you.
What do I need to do to replace switch #AP4442090?
Answer Hi Jim. I vaugly remembering your question from the other day. Were you needing the upper french door center closure assembly to insure that the doors stayed closed? If so, then please accept my apologizes. I meant to remove this freezer Switch in question before sending it out. Is there anything elese we can assist you with? Thank you.