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    • Part Number: AP4070403
    • MFG Part Number: 61005988
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Would a defective defrost control cause the the refrigerator side to go up to about 50 degrees and stay there? If I unplug and defrost the entire side-by-side, and the refrigerator side worked for a few days and went back up to 50 degrees, what might that be symptoms of?

Sch for Model Number Maytag MBF2255KEW

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Hey, My side by side fridge will stay cool for abut 12 hrs. Then all of sudden it starts defrosting, and will get up to 55 degrees and melts all ice and is warm on fridge side too. If I shut off then plug back in starts working again. Thanks

Matt for Model Number ED5NHAXQ01

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For the past few months the side by side Maytag has been making a, ZZZZZZZZ sound every few days. The sound is loud enough to be heard when the unit is all shut up. However there were no issues. When it would make this sound I would try to track it down to it location. It was coming from the upper right corner under the control plate. In the very corner. As I think I have learned tonight this is the area where the Adaptive Defrost control is. Today there is no ZZZZZZZ sound but the fresh food side is warm, freezer is cold. My thought is the ADC has failed, and the coils are frosting over. Thus the warm side. My question is does it seem that I am on the right track? Would it be normal for the board to make a ZZZZZZ sound as it was in its last months?

BADAMS9349 for Model Number MSD2756GEW

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How do I take down the control plastic cover without damage? Then replace the defrost control board.

John for Model Number MSD2756DEW

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Where is the defrost control board located?

John for Model Number Maytag msd27456

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My freezer keeps everything frozen but fridge part not cold @ all. No air flow to fridge. Frost forming in back of freezer's wall. Motor doesn't seem to be stopping for defrost cycle. Should I replace Defrost Heater, Defrost Thermostat or Defrost Control?

Steve for Model Number 363.9641714

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refrigerator and freezer not staying cold. had tech out. compressor not working put in a bypass and compressor now coming on and freezer is cold. refrigerator staying at 62. tech had the panel off in the freezer compartment and said everything ok on that side. what is my most likely culprit?

Carrie for Model Number msd2758gew

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My frige keep getting stuck in defost mode. I would then turn the themostat all the way off the back up and it would kick on. I replaced the defrost timer and now it keeps going into defrost about every hour.

Chris for Model Number whirlpool model GD25DFXFW02

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I have model GDZ2766GEQ and the evaporator coil keeps icing up solid from top to bottom. I pull the back panel off the freezer and defrost and it will work fine for a month or so in the summer months. Through the winter I have no problems at all but as soon as the weather gets warmer it will start doing it again. Thanks

Gary for Model Number MDZ2766GEQ

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Not every time, but when my refrigerator goes into defrost, it stays in that mode and starts melting stuff in the freezer. If I turn the thermostat off and back on or sometimes just touch the knob the refrigerator comes back on. Also, if I turn the thermostat up above 4 it freezes the other side. What do you think? Bad thermostat? This model has a defrost board, not a timer.

Tony B. for Model Number 106.57562791

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