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    • Part Number: AP3109394
    • MFG Part Number: 4388932
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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we had someone come out and tell us it was the mother board, cause it was not defrosting, asking which part is that and how hard is it to change

Patricia D for Model Number EB9SHKXVQO3

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Refrigerator and freezer stopped and I found that the Adaptive defrost control had a burned out circuit so I got a new part and the second I plugged it in it blew. What could it be?

Glenn for Model Number ED2PHEXMT00

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Center wall between freezer and refrig. is getting extremly hot. Can you help me?

Dallas for Model Number ed5fhgxkd00 or ed5fhgxkq00

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Where is the defrost contol board located?

Dean for Model Number whirlpool ED5RHEXNL00

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I have a Whirlpool Refrigerator ED5VHGXML13 that hasn't been cooling well recently. The ice cream melted and then refroze. I'm not sure if it's the cold control or the adaptive defrost control board. How do I diagnose?

David J. for Model Number Whirlpool Refrigerator ED5VHGXML13

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Compressor, Condenser fan, and air flow fan in freezer not running; lights are on in the refrigerator. Tested thermostat controller for continuity - Good. I just order a adaptive defrost control board, am I on the right track? Is there a test that I could perform directly on the defrost control, such as a continuity test? Thanks

MRAD67 for Model Number 1069557983

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This unit was subjected to, I think, a power surge. While the thermostat cycles the fans, the compressor does not start. I checked the compressor for shorts and it seems ok. Is there a likely part to bank on? I was thinking it could be the control board but I believe the n/c position on the relay is the run mode and the tracks etc look ok on the board. So it points to the motor relay package. I there an easy way to apply 110 vac to the compressor leads to see if it will run? Or is there an easy way to confirm that the motor relay/overload are ok?

Fidleid for Model Number 106.51262101

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Refrigerator and freezer quit cooling and I unplugged for several hours and plugged unit back in and refrigerator and freezer started working for approx. a day and I repeated this step unplugging and it did the same. Where do I start looking for the problem?

Tommy for Model Number ED5VHGXML13

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My refrigerator randomly will cycle on and off every second. It will keep doing this until I turn the thermostat off and let the relay on the defrost board click on and off about 3 times and then can reset thermostat to original setting. Would this be the defrost board or a sensor?

Mark for Model Number ED25PWXAW01

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Our refrigerator does not work. However, when refrigerator is plugged in, all the lights work but fan and refrigerator does not run. What could be the problem? I am thinking it could be something wrong with adaptive electric board timer or cold control. How should I test the adaptive electric board with DMM using continuity? There are six pins on electric board. Which one should I connect to each other to confirm either its working or not? Thanks

Tonys for Model Number ED25RQXYW02

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