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    • Part Number: AP3135377
    • MFG Part Number: 627985
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I require a cycling thermostat for the ice maker, I require a product number.

Mario for Model Number szd20kw

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One day water pouring out from the ice maker. I found ice was stuck on the ice maker. I knocked all the ice into the bin but it did not stop. I had shut the water supply to the ice maker. Is it the sensor bad?

Anna for Model Number MSD 2722GRW

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Temperature on digital readout says 38 but the temp inside of fridge is about 27 am I dealing with a bad thermostat?

Joe for Model Number MFI2269VEMO

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Thermostat control top of R hand door inside. When I set it on 4.5, it keeps it at about 32 degrees. When I try to lower it (to get a slightly warmer temp), compressor shuts off and won't start again unless I turn the thermostat off and turn it back to 4.5. I assume the thermostat is underneath the panel attached to the dial, right? Doesn't it sound like I need a new thermostat? Need help soonest. Thanks.

Joe B. for Model Number Kenmore fridge 106.58782890

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I recently purchased an ice maker. Do you have to reset it once it's installed?

Mike for Model Number GI5SAXVY02

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I need to replace the defrost thermostat what does it connect to?

William Z. for Model Number mzd2766geb

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The freezer works fine most of the time but the refridgerator does not cool. Sometimes the freezer will stop cooling but that doesnt last long an it starts back cooling but its the fridge that doesnt cool at all.

Dean for Model Number 106.74264400

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The refrigerator runs nearly constantly. No matter I set the temperature control levers, the freezer and refrigerator are both very cold . Seems as though it always runs in full cooling mode no mater where the temperature controls are set. Freezer is always below zero and refrigerator is in mid thirty's..

Dave for Model Number Jenn-Air JCD2289AE

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You had previously ask me to check the following - do I have to get to the back of the refrigerator by moving it away from the wall or do I remove the back cover from within the freezer section to find these parts??? (See previous response and THANKS!!) Check and see if there is any frost build up on the back wall of the freezer. If so, you will need to test the defrost heater 67002493 and the defrost thermostat W10165425. They should read closed for continuity when cold. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. I will include a link at the end to assist you how to use the multi-meter if needed. If both parts are good, you will need to replace the defrost timer 12868513.

Wade for Model Number whirlpool GX5SHDXVD00

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The bottom Freezer continues to frost while the top refrigerator is warm. What part(s) are needed to resolve this issue?

Wade for Model Number whirlpool GX5SHDXVD00

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