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    • Part Number: AP3110896
    • MFG Part Number: 482493
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Moody for Model Number tbx18saxklww

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Having issues after connecting defrost timer. Longer cycle off times causing the temperature in the freezer to climb to 38-40 degrees. Did I incorrectly connect timer? I installed wire to terminal 1. Please advise.

Jim for Model Number ET1MTKXKT02

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I bought the defrost timer kit. I dont have a diagram and dont know where to place the black wire. Help please

Mike C. for Model Number whirlpool ref mod ed25toxen00

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Does the black wire go to terminal 1 or 2? I don't have a diagram.

Manfred for Model Number whirlpool mod ed25toxen00

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I have installed the defrost timer with the black wire on number 2 terminal. Didn't seem to be working so I changed it to number 1. still seems the same. To long of a defrost time and runs most of the time. Please advise.

Jim for Model Number ET1MTKXKT02

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Hello, I need to know where do I hook up the black lead for the new defrost timer.

Don B for Model Number 10650522101

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Kenmore 106.57075791 How do I know if its continuous run or not? Pin 1 or 2 for the attached black wire?

Alan for Model Number 106.57075791

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I installed a new defrost timer and put the black wire lead on terminal 2 but the connector fit very loosely on the terminal and it may have shorted out because the timer does not advance and when I force a defrost the timer ticks for 25 minutes but the heater does not come on. I pinched the wire lead with a pliers after removing the timer and reinstalling it again so it is tight on the terminal now but it did not solve the problem. The heater and defrost thermostat both work as it did defrost one time two days after it was installed. I think the poor connection of the black wire lead may have destroyed the timer.

Robert for Model Number ed20pkxsnoo

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Does the black wire on defrost timer go #1 or #2

Chuck for Model Number kenmore 106.53232300

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I purchased a defrost timer for my refridgerator but I am not sure where the black wire goes on 1 or 2, I don't have a wire digram

Leah for Model Number 106.53232300

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