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    • Part Number: AP2984369
    • MFG Part Number: 2183400
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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whirlpool refrigerator/freezer, freezer goes to 16 below ices up, changed defrost thermostat, checked heater ok,checked defrost timer, applied 110volts to terminal 1 & 3 timer motor runs when manually set to defrost mode, when put back in frig timer doesn't advance after defrost cycle what would power the #4 terminal? model# TT18DKXEW03 serial# EF2319854

Vincent for Model Number TT18DKXEW03

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Whirlpool 2183400 defrost timer Recently repaired my fridge by replacing timer, bimetal, & heater coil - ordered from you. Successful BUT don't understand something....... When bench testing the timers (old and new) - I applied 110vac to terminals #1 & #3. Advancing the timer by hand, #1 switched between #2 for defrost or #4 for cooling as expected. BUT, the timer would not advance on its own over a period of several hours (based on a pencil mark) when it was on the bench but advanced properly when installed in the fridge. I understand there is a capacitor in series with the motor but not sure what impact this would have. Can't sleep for wondering what is happening - thought I had a reasonable understanding of electricity. PLEASE explain why the timer did not advance when on the bench. Thanks

David for Model Number Estate TT14DKXEW14

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About 2 months ago my Roper fridge wouldn"t cool properly in both freezer an on bottom.I advanced the defrost timer a bit and it helped,but,now it"s doing it again and advancing it didn't help.What should i do?

Patrick for Model Number RT18DKXAW00

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Defrost timer 2183400 Does the timer gear rotate on a time schedule or just when the compressor is running? I have replaced the timer, set it in manual defrost - about 30 minutes later, the compressor starts running but I can't see any evidence that the timer gear is turning after about 8 hours. (I placed a mark on it) Problem is that freezer frosts over and blocks cold air from the bottom of unit.

Randy for Model Number Estate TT14DK

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My refridgerator runs almost every half hour and my electric bill is going through the roof. What can I do?

Kj for Model Number ET14CKXGW01

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When looking at the timer should you see the gears moving continuously or only during the defrost cycle?

Clark for Model Number KSSP48QHS00

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Defrost was not working. I replaced both defrost thermostat and timer. Defrost heater now only works when timer is turned to manual defrost position. Timer seems to be working and does turn off condenser fan on schedule- but no heat from heater element. What else could be the problem?

John D for Model Number Kssp48qhb00

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Freezer section get frosty and lose air flow to refrigerater section. Changed defrost timer, still the same.

Curt for Model Number rt14bkxjwoo

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Again, I post the question, "will I receive a diagram with instructions to replace the defrost timer" with my purchase of the defrost timer? Although Parts Pros has answered the how to, I would still like a diagram. Thank you.

Hailey for Model Number kitchen aid side by side KSSS48QDX05

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I have purchased a defrost timer and would like diagram instructions of how to replace this part in my refridgeratior. Do these instructions come with the part I have purchased?

Hailey for Model Number KSSS48QDX05

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