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    • Part Number: AP3135377
    • MFG Part Number: 627985
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I have the thermostat knobs turned up to the highest reading and still it will occassionally shut off and stuff starts to defrost. If I turn the knobs down and back up and bang on the front of the refrigerator it will kick back on. What needs to be replaced?

Judy for Model Number ED25QFXHT01

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should there be a resistance reading across the poles of this (if good) thermostat and if so what

Glenn for Model Number ksrk25ilss01

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Please provide installation information for this part.

Anne

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Freezer is set to coldest setting, but ice maker cycles and dumps the ice before it is solid - splashing water in the ice bin. This ends up freezing the shut-off arm in the down position - and the ice (and water) continues to overflow the bin into the freezer. This is at a cabin with infrequent use - and I've had as much as 50 lbs of ice in the freezer. Any ideas on what would cause it to dump the ice before it's time?

Jack for Model Number Whirlpool model ED2JHGXRB02

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Whirpool SxS Frig Mod GS6NVEXSQ01 Icemaker Cycling Thermostat made by FSP with numbers 37TVB01 324308 727985 l32-15f JO715 When closed the contacts resistance is about 90 ohms. Is this too high?

Dave for Model Number Mod GS6NVEXSQ01 Whirpool SxS Frig

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My Kenmore freezer never stops running and the temp is -35 degrees. The freezer is turning the food rock solid with frost all over it. The defrost cycle is working normally. I unplugged the unit and cleaned all the ice after dropping the freezer temp down to 1 with 1 being cold, 4 normal and 7 coldest and the problem still exists. The fridge side is set at 3 and everything seems to be good on that side. I did see a few ice drips on the air vent coming from the freezer into the fridge. I ran the diagnostics and everything passed (FC Thermistor, RC Thermistor, Evaporator Fan Motor, Compressor and Condenser Fan Motor, Air Baffle Motor and Defrost Heater/Bi-metal. What do you think is causing my freezer to be so cold? Your assistance is greatly appreciated.

Sean for Model Number 106.54589400

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My water dispenser keeps dripping water after getting water. A few months earlier the ice maker stopped making ice. Any ideas would be helpful.

Dave for Model Number ksra251

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Ice maker has ice in it but wont dump the ice. It seems the dial on front of unit stays in one place does not turn.

Dennis for Model Number ed25pwxan01

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Ice Maker not making ice period. I have water also which works fine. I replaced the water module in the rear bottom of the Ref. Did not have any affect on the unit. The paddle would periododically get stuck I would rinse it out and it would work again. There are (2) what appear to be sensors one on the left of the ref and one on the right that turns the maker on and off however it has a red light blinking which I have been unable to determine what it means. Do you think it could be the sensor which tells if the bin is full?

Pam for Model Number Sears Sorry I do not have the model with me

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Hi, the freezer side is working just fine, but the fridge side is not. Is there a seperate thermostat for the fridge side? And if so ,where is it located? Could it be something else? No ice bulid up. Coils are clean. Thanks.

Andy D for Model Number Model #10658962700 KENMORE ELITE SIDE BY SIDE REFRIGERATOR

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