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    • Part Number: AP4010220
    • MFG Part Number: 12002495
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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The compressor and fan don't run. The defrost adaptive control board has opened circuit. The pin next to open space burned open on circuit board. Any ideas what would cause the board to burn open at this location?

David for Model Number PSD266LHEW

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Fridge is not cold, compressor does not come on, and the freezer is thawing. If I open the door and hold down one of the buttons above the door I don't hear any fans coming on either. When I unplug and then replug the fridge I hear a single click from the Adaptive Control Board and then nothing. Could this be the culprit that is making everything not work? The Fridge is approx. 7 years old

Pete for Model Number Kenmore 596.7350920

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In my refrigerator, the ice maker does not work and in the freezer all the food is still frozen, however in the refrigerator side the temp. Is warm. Can you please explain what the problems could be. Thank you

Sebastian for Model Number Amana refrigerator m# (p) Asd2624heb

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Does all the defrost boards have a test pin as you said that you go from L1 to test to initiate a defrost cycle? Where do I find the L1 and test pin is it marked on the board? I am a technician, Thanks a million

Allan for Model Number JCD2389DES or others

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How do I test the defrost control board, light switch 6 times 5 sec? Is that how all this boards work? Can I UNPLUG THE BOARD AND SIMULATE A DEFROST BY SHORTING THE PINS INSIDE THE CONNECTOR?

Allan for Model Number JCD2389DES

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Box does not defrost if I unplug the defrost clock and jump L1 to heater which is terminal #4 to terminal #5 and then plug in box to power. It should defrost if defrost heater and defrost thermostat are good correct? I am a technician.

Allan for Model Number LSD2615HEZ

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I've been having issues with my refrigerator as well. The fan next to the compressor is not running. Is this fan suppose to be running when the compressor is running? I also notice that a heat strip of some sorts seems to stay on around the gasket on the door. Please advise.

Sportmodel for Model Number 59652673201

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Overload was tripping and compressor buzzing, no cooling. After compressor cooled amp draw was normal but still tripping. Replaced cap, starter, overload assembly. Ran fine for a few hours, freezer down to 10 deg F then problem started all over again. Condenser coil is clean.

Gus S. for Model Number MZD2665HES

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Hello. Freezer coils frozen up. Can I do a forced defrost with this model refrigerator and can I test the defrost heater and thermostat for continuity from the adaptive defrost board or plug? Thanks!

Phil for Model Number 596.73503201

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Where is the "Defrost Timer Board located? Freezer is working fine but the Evapoator continues to freeze solid in a period of 5-7 days or so. I have to manually defrost the unit. I have checked the heater and it ohmed out fine. I have replaced the Main Control Board. The Stat is working fine. I have adjusted the stat to a lower setting to see if I can get the heater to cycle. Much appreciated!

Grant for Model Number ARSE66ZBB

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