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    • Part Number: AP3108454
    • MFG Part Number: 4387503
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My Refrig. is freazing up in the back of freazer, starting to run all the time, is it the Bimetal defrost that controles this or the module part 2169337? If its the Module where is it located?

E. Davis for Model Number 106.9750383

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Our Whirlpool refrigerator condensor fan runs constantly. Is this normal?

Mathew for Model Number ET1MTKXKQ00

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My frig recently stop being cold. I thought it might be the thermostat. I changed that but it still doesn't get cold. When I change the temperature gauge, I do hear the motor running. I'm wondering if I change the Defrost Bimetal if the frig will get cold again?

Pete for Model Number ET1MTKXKQ00

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My coil has started to freeze up and the blower fan does not come on at all. Does the defrost thermostat control the fan too?

Vance for Model Number AMANA

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Hello. I have the refrigerator model 106.70844102. three times in different days at the morning I found the refrigerator totally defrosted and after cleaning it started to work again normally. I checked the power cord and plug and the power outlet and all was OK. I wonder if you can help in finding the problem.

Jose P for Model Number 106.70844101

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What would cause the ice to melt then the water to refreeze.

Doug for Model Number wt20gkxdn10

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I have gotten three thermostats for this Icebox. My Icebox still will not defrost. I am checking for continuity on the two of the thermostats that I got from Sears. They read open whether the thermostat is in ice water or warm. Am I checking this correctly? Is it supposed to read closed at either warm or cold?

Todd H for Model Number GR2FHTXTQ00

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For several years my freezer evaporator coil would freeze up and refrigerator would stop cooling. So I would defrost it and it would go back to working fine for several months. In the past few months it freezes up in a few weeks. I thought I would change out the bi metal thermostate but decided to ask you first. thanks

Ed for Model Number 2004 Estate by whirlpool corp.

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At what temperature should the defrost bimetal close? I packed mine in ice, but it still did not close. Since I recently purchased it, I hope that it is not bad. We have been getting water in the refrigerator and ice in the back and bottom of the freezer that blocks the drain. I checked that I have 120VAC at the bimetal when in defrost mode, and no voltage when the refrigerator is in cooling mode. If I shunt across the bimetal in defrost mode the heater works. I can tell that the timer also is working, so I am reasonably sure that the bimetal is the problem.

Rich for Model Number ET1MTKXKT02

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Bought the new bi-metal defrost, (8210372) Whirlpool. Take the reading across the two wires and got continuity (zero ohm). Is that normal.? I expected it should be opened when warm.

Henry Le for Model Number EV250NXRQ-00

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