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    • Part Number: AP3110896
    • MFG Part Number: 482493
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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There is a green ground wire connected to my old defrost timer. It appears to just be connected to the frame of the old timer. There is no place to connect this on the replacement timer. Does the replacement unit not need the ground wire?

Larry J W. for Model Number AP3110896 Defrost Timer for ED25DQXVN00 Whirlpool Refrigerator

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Trying to replace defrost timer and was wondering which terminal to use is it one or two

Oscar R. for Model Number RT18DKXBL10

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Just bought the auto defrost wondering which pin to use?

Oscar for Model Number oper RT18DKXBL10

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Is this a continus or accumilitive run for defrost timer and what terminal to connect black wire?

Jay for Model Number w4txnwfwq03

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When frost builds in the freezer the evaporator fan hums but the fan will not spin. If I flick the blade it will start turning sometimes it takes a couple of flicks to get it going. Any advise on what may cause it?

Gary for Model Number ED22GWXFW01

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This Refrigerator is 37 years old, First break down. Unit frosted up in freezer. I had the Timer replaced but that didn't help. The heat strip has 120 volts on both sides. It does not get hot with the 120 volts getting to it. I checked the Defrost and there is no continuity between the two wires coming out. I think this is a bad one. Since I can't find my model number because of it's 37 years old, what can I replace it with? Will the p/n-2321799 work? Can you help me? Thanks

Emery S. for Model Number EET201MMNR2

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I just bought the defroster time kit and I need to know which terminal the black wire should be attached to

Joann for Model Number EHT201ZKNR4

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Hi I am replacing a defrost timer. Does the black wire go on number one or two terminal? It seemed to work better on number one, I switched it to number 2 today to see how it would behave and it seems warmer. Thank you.

Bill for Model Number 106.76939400

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My defrost timer is attached with metal clips over plastic posts that seem to be attached to the housing for all the electrical in the fridge going up to the freezer. How do I remove the metal clips to get the timer out? Directions are typically for screws holding the timer in. I am afraid of breaking the plastic posts.

Fuzzyragdoll for Model Number ktrs22mjbt00

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Should there be styrofoam inside refrigerator in the back behind the light on the control panel far back? Also water dripping.

Joe for Model Number 25362812202

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