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    • Part Number: AP3133073
    • MFG Part Number: 2200859
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I have an issue with my refrigerator being too warm. There is also some condensation making shelves wet, and water dripping from vents but this may be the condensation. Freezer seems to be OK. When I took the back panel of freezer off (after one hour after the defrost cycle) I noticed that only a small section of fins freezing over, not the whole grid. I don't know if it should all have frost after 1-hour? The condenser is also very hot to the touch... normal? Wondering if I have some switch or thermostat going bad. Wondering what parts I can try replacing. Any thoughts?

Marcf for Model Number whirlpool ER2CHMXPL04

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Part Number AP3133073 cold control. Top mount freezer. What does this part work on electrically to control the temps in the bottom part of the refrigerator? The freezer temps are fine but the bottom part does not get cold enough.

Keith for Model Number Whirlpool ET18GKXHW00

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My refrigerator is cycling on and off, but stays off for too long, when I tap the control box the compressor comes on, but goes off within a minute or less (when I don't tap it and allow it to finally come on on its own, it runs for longer). Fan is working in freezer, cleaned the coils underneath the fridge, and a repairman told me the coils were good in the freezer. I do feel some air blowing into the bottom from the top via the vent. It gets cold just stays around 50-60 in the bottom, top goes back and forth from freezing to not. Is this the part that I need to replace? Thanks.

Jenn for Model Number ET1CHKXKQ03

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About every three months I get water pooling in the fridge and major ice build up under the bottom pan in the freezer. I have to disassemble the freezer unit down to the coils, break the ice, and squirt hot water into the drain tube until water flows into the plastic pan at the bottom of the unit. The heater seams to be working fine since there is no ice build up on the coils in the freezer. The fridge cycles off an on as it should and temps are good all around. I know I am going to start having problems when I can no longer here water dripping into the tray on the very bottom of the appliance during the (supposed) defrost cycle. Any input would be helpful and I can answer more questions if required. Thank you.

Emcewen for Model Number KTRP21KJWH01

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My refrigerator has stopped cooling. Cleaned coils,checked fan is working. Unpluged overnight as freezer was freezing up. Plugged back in this morning freezer is slowly freezing ice. Refrigerator side was cold then has begun to to loose coldness all day. What part is bad? Thank you for your help

Jana S. for Model Number Kenmore Refrigerator Model#10655522400

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My food is freezing on the refrigerator side and leaking. Already replaced the thermostat P#2200859 twice. What else can it be?

Chris for Model Number Kenmore 106.77292790

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My food is freezing on the refrigerator side and leaking. Already replaced the thermostat P#2200859 twice. What else can it be?

Chris

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I think my cold control is bad. I have taken it out & tested it with a multi-meter & when I turn it all the way down I have no continuity & when I turn it all the way up I have continuity. Is this bad ??

Lenny for Model Number w1txemmwq00

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My fridge occasionally will stop cooling and never cycle back on until i hit the control unit where the cold level dials are (this works most of the time). At other times it stays cooling for long periods of time to the point where my fridge is near freezing and the freezer is super cold. Could this be a bad thermostat or a defrost timer?

Mario for Model Number Whirlpool ST18HPXKQ02

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Is there a procedure to test the cold control (AP3133073)?

Vince K for Model Number Whirlpool ET8CHMXKT06

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