Can I use thermostat 52881-33 in place of 52881-25 which is no longer available? Is it a question of mounting it? Can you tell me the difference between the two?
Answer Hello John,
Part of the problem may be mounting but the main issue will be the thermal value of the control. If the control is not for the model listed, there may be an issue with the temperature not being calibrated correctly for the unit it is being installed into. Basically this means that the control will not match the set value. In this case, the unit may run too long and freeze items in the fresh food compartment or it may not run long enough and items will be kept a too warm a temperature and items are in danger of spoilage. Since appliance parts are listed by model number and temperature ranges for them are not provided by the manufacturer, we cannot say that this will be a good substitute unless the manufacturer lists them as a good cross.
What does Control Cold mean? Is this a Gemline 68119-2?
Answer Hello Dave! The cold control is the refrigerator temp controller- thermostat. Part number 68119-2 has been discontinued and has been replaced with part number 68601-6. Thanks!
My refrigerator just keeps running and does not shut off. Can it be the thermostat?
Answer Hello Chris. If the unit is reaching the correct temp, and does not shut off, you will need to order and replace the cold control 68601-6 on the unit. Make sure the condenser coils are clean and the fan motor is working good.
I ordered two parts, AP4084277 a light socket and AP4084658 temp controller. I need help with installation instructions. Any help you can send me would be greatly appreciated.
Answer Hello R! We have a great repair forum you can register and post a question regarding the installation process of your parts you are needing to install. Be sure to provide your model and serial number for best assistance. Here is the link to get you started, thanks! http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/register.php