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    • Part Number: AP4373610
    • MFG Part Number: W10196393
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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The freezer stopped freezing and is as cold as the fridge. I thought it was a stuck defrost timer, but I cant find one. Any thoughts please??? 6 months out of warranty!

Chris for Model Number mbr1953xes2 (maytag)

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Had a thuderstrom hit my house and the stove went out and the digtal display. Top works.

Bobby for Model Number W10392950A

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Only 3 years old! :( Had to repair, defrost 3 times at an average $300. 1st time only 2 weeks out of warranty. Cost me 950 new!! Will be on 4th time now I had ice built up on floor of freezer & water leaking onto floor/ I pulled back panel , the drain hole, heater element had ice bultt up & thin amount on fins. Melted it all but next day ice built up on coils. The freezer temp ranges to 10 below 0 & also in the normal freezer range. The frig stays in safe frig range on the frig/freezer thermometer I put in there.OK. ? Is there a simple pc/freezer diagnostic test one can punch in or is it necessary to take apart each component & do the continuity test on each one? Does the mother board & or is the defrost control board the most work & skill to get at? Is it necessary to take apart the fan & motor to get at it? Thank you!!! :) Ester

Ester for Model Number amana abb1922few3

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Why am I getting a build up of ice coming out of my air diffuser ?

Gervaise for Model Number KSRB25FKSS04

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I am unable to locate a thermostat for this model. Is there one available?

Mike for Model Number EB9FVHRWS01

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Hi there, I have a GE side by side fridge model # GSS25WGPD-BB and the freezer, compressor and fan are all fine. The baffle (or is it called the DAMPER???) to the fridge side closes prematurely and stays closed too long causing the fridge side to barely get cool at all ( I feel nice cool air blowing in from the freezer). Can I safely jam the baffle flap open permanently? I have the pretty baffle/damper cover off and was moving the little flap up and down when it decided to pull itself shut even while the fridge was still warm. Anyway, if it is NOT recommended to jam it open permanently (so my fridge stays cold) please can someone tell me the part I need to buy to fix the baffle/damper flap from closing prematurely on its own before the fridge can get cold... I flip it to open and when I go back outside to check, the little flap has closed itself yet again and my fridge box is still warm..... :( thanks- Nicole

Nicole for Model Number GE GSS25WGPD-BB

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I had ice building up on the back of the freeze with the refrig. Not working. I have taken the back wall of the freezer off and checked the heater, which seems to be fine. I have ice built up around thermostat I checked it and it shows no continuity. Is that my problem or could it be the board? What is left to check?

Mike for Model Number GX5SHDXVQ01

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Refrigerator is hot and freezer is cold with frost on the back panel. I searched parts diagram for a defrost timer and cannot find one. Can you tell me if this is likely the problem or could it be a different part. It is only 2 years old. Thanks!

Kevin for Model Number AMANA ABB2522FEW

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The freezer works but has some frost on the inside top of its door. The refrigerator is not working. A couple of months back the unit was a little noisy. It is not noisy now. Any ideas what to check first?

Jim for Model Number ABR1922FES

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My refrigerator is side by side with with bottom mounted freezer. My issue is that water is leaking to the bottom of the freezer creating an ice skating rink. I have to remove this thick piece of ice every week. I had a repair man appraise my problem and he told me that I need a new computer board,which would cost me $450. What! My refrigerator is just a little over a year. Unbelievable! My question is, why can't I find this part and replace on my own? I can't seem to find this part anywhere. Can you help me?

Susanne for Model Number Whirlpool Gold GI6FDRXXY. Part no. W10310959

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