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    • Part Number: AP4013414
    • MFG Part Number: 12555902
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Dear Appliance Parts Pro, I've recently ordered a replacement overload for Kenmore Bottom Fridge (model 5966-2822-200). The suggested replacement overload AP4013414 doesn't seem to fit. Here's a picture of the old one. Notice the plug-in doesn't match with that of the overload part suggested on your web site. Can anyone help identify the part and where to order? Thank you!

Tracy for Model Number 59662822200

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The compressor relay in this Jenn-air refrigerator went bad. I ordered a new part, but it has two separate connectors on the front while the original one has the two connectors right next to each other. Hence the cable can fit since it has one plastic termination. It seems that I need to remove the plastic termination and put new ones on each of the two wires(blue and white). So my questions: 1. which wire goes where? 2. what type of termination do I need to buy and how to attach to the wires? Regards

Mo for Model Number JCB2059GES

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I have been having several problems with the KSRG25FKBL01 Kitchen Aid side by side refrigerators. The unit-compressor stop to work suddenly just into few hours from we does the first start of the refrigerator (refrigerators are new brand, never used, but storaged by 2 years). After a revision I noticed that the part 12555902 (AP4013414) doesn't work or is burned out. I was wondering if the time in the stored could affect this part... By the other hand... I have in our storages a few of KSRG25FKSS refrigerators, those have the same time stored and we have never had any problem with them. Also, I noticed these has a different overload relay part 67005560 (AP4079373), in fact, sometimes I take these part to install them into the KSRG25FKBL01 and it works just great... I need to replace this part in 16 KSRG25FKBL01 refrigerators (Overload, Relay) My question is: ┬┐Could I use the 67005560 (AP4079373) part, since I have seen better performance? or ┬┐Should I use the 12555902 (AP4013414) since this is the recommended part? Thank you in advance for your advice.

Juan M for Model Number KSRG25FKBL01

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I chatted last nigh with a very nice customer service representative and she suggested I contact you for further information. Per the diagram I pulled what I believe to be the capacitor out (says on part) but also two other parts that were all connected - removed the wires from the middle piece. anyhow - we didn't have the multi meter to test so she suggested we take it out and shake it and if it rattled it failed - it is definitely making a sound. The freezer wasn't cooling an ice pack sufficiently, the temperature setting was lowered to make the freezer cooler. My husband said he noticed it wasn't running and he had restarted it 3 times and by the time I saw it everything was warm in both refrigerator and freezer. The fan is working and the big black ball looking part is hot and there is a click. We are hoping it is the relay as we have had this issue before but had paid someone to repair. Is this easy enough for me to do on my own?

Stephanie for Model Number jfc2087hrs jenn air

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This overload/relay looks the same as the old part but the connection plug is different. The three hole side is ok and the capacitor fits fine, it is the connection to the power in side that will not fit. Please help with installation instructions.

John for Model Number ARS9266BS

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i replaced the overload relay,but the refrigator still does not cool. Do you have any ideas?

Robert for Model Number arb224rcw

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I'm trying to replace the relay overload on my Kenmore refrigerator, part #12555902. But the part you show for relacing it is configured differently. I can adjust for the wire hookups on one side but the side that mounts on the compressor is different. My old part has three prongs, like the video you show. Any suggestions?

Troy N for Model Number 59672213200

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Old overload relay switch, white and blue wire from fridge are attached to a single post on the relay switch. New (replacement) overload relay switch white and blue wires from the fridge need to be separated and attached separately to two individual posts on the new switch: - top post is horizontal,wider and looks to be copper - side post is vertical, narrower and silver Q: which post does the white wire connect to? which post does the bliue wire connect to?

Barry Gill for Model Number Amana Refrigerator Compressor Relay Overload Starting Device 12555902

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Frig & freezer not cooling , have replaced overload relay and run capacitor still not cooling. Any other sugestions on what to check and how would be helpfull and very apreciated Thank you, Mark PS frige is 10yrs old.

Mark for Model Number Amana, mod ARB220RCW mfg# PARB220RCWO

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The part I recieved does not look like the one I have. I believe this is an updated part, but the wire connections are not in the same place and one is larger than the other. Could you please tell me if I need to cut my original wiring harness, and if so, which wire goes where? Thankeyou. Allen

Allen H for Model Number gb2shkxlt00

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