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    • Part Number: AP3108669
    • MFG Part Number: 4387913
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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On the relay, which prong does the white wire hook onto?

Marion for Model Number et21gkxhn00

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Kitchenaid refrigerator was running almost continuously last summer. It ran for about 30-45 seconds then shut off, started running again about 20 seconds later and the cycle repeated. This is a summer home so that was how we left it. Then Sandy hit and when we next visited the refrigerator lights were on but it was not running at all even though thermostat was on. Put thermostat to off for a while then raised it but still nothing. What part do you think failed? Also, is there a timer control with this model refrigerator? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

Tony for Model Number KTRC19KKWH02

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the problem is there is only other wire, white. what connection do I put that on as there are 3 on the relay? Also there are 3 round pins on the compressor in the position of the corners of a triangle. The white wire was attached to the top of these 3 pins. The bottom 2 pins had the relay attached to it. Now I figure the overload goes onto the top pin and the red wire attaches to it. The relay will go on to the bottom 2 pins, and the white will attach to it once I know which connection to use

Jim for Model Number eet171pknr2

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replacement kit 4387913 overload kit. Has 2 parts the relay and the overload. The refrig relay/overload has only 2 wires going between them, a red wire into and out of the small drum like part and then to the larger I believe relay. the relay is mounted to the compressor on 2 pins. there is a 2nd wire, white which is connected directly to the compressor on a pin. the new parts, the one has 2 connectors which appear to connect to the 2 pins on the compressor and the other has a connector that could connect to the other pin on the compressor. now, there are 4 terminals on the part with the 2 pins and 1 terminal on the other part with the one pin. how do i wire this up? where does the red wire go. I assume the white wire goes on the part with the single pin because there only one wire connector and it looks like it goes on the compressor pin that had the white wire. any help would be great. thanks

Jim for Model Number eet171pknr2

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My refridgerator freezes and cools just fine. my problem is when the compressor and fans shut down after cycling, the fan in the freezer will come back on after 7 or 8 seconds and run for 10-40 seconds.It will keep doing this for a long period of time and then the compressor will kick back on after awhile.I had a service tech here today from a local repair service and he said he has never seen anything like this before and is baffled. I figure there must be a relay somewhere that isn't allowing the power to the fan to shut down or may not be disengaging all the way when the compressor shuts down. The tech claims when the compressor is not running, the fans should be totally shut down also. Is there a relay that controls the circulation fan that may be faulty?

Jim for Model Number Whirlpool ET1MTKXKQ02

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Which number on the relay prong, 1,2,3,4 does the 2 combined white wires (1Plug)go on?

Bruce for Model Number rt18bkxjw00

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Which prong does the wire go on the relay for compressor?

Bruce for Model Number rt18bkxjw00

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Are these parts compatible with a Magic Chef MCBR360s mini fridge? The Magic Chef branded parts (6R8MG and 265RFBYY) are slightly different in appearance from this bundled set, and almost double the price. Thanks!

Will for Model Number MCBR360s

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Thanks for your quick response to my previous question. Here's my issue, my Kitchenaid KTRS19KFWH01 refridgerator has only one white wire leading to the start relay pn 10097204 (not the overload, that's a seperate unit with a red lead.) There is no run capacitor with a 2nd white lead located anywhere in the units lower component compartment. The start relay has 3 lug connections which are numbered 1, 2, and 3. The white lead was disconnected from the relay and there it no wiring diagram to indicate where the lead should be connected. Lugs 1 and 2 are located to the right, vertical to one another, and lug 3 is located opposite to them on the upper left of the relay when facing it upright. The appliance runs with the white lead connected to lug 1, but I'm not 100% certain that it belongs there. I'm trying to be sure that this unit opporates correctly and safely. Thanks again!

Maddmatt for Model Number Kitchenaid start relay (pn 10097204)

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Which lug of the start relay (pn 10097204) does the white wire connect to?

Maddmatt for Model Number KTRS19KFWH01

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