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    • Part Number: AP3109394
    • MFG Part Number: 4388932
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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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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Dear sir To test the defrost eletronic control, may I disconnect the plate and run trhe refrigerator? In negative case, how is the correct procedure to test it.? I am asking this, because when I start the refrigerator, after a 3 or 4 seconds, the compressor cut off, and I tested the relays and the compressor and both are good.

Carlos D

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I have Whirlpool side by side model ED27DSXDW05. I changed the defrost thermostat and defrost heater already and it works good but after 4 days it goes back on the same problem. A lot of build up of ice on the lower back panel of the freezer and the the refrigerator is warm. Please help!

Roy for Model Number whirlpool ED27DSXDW05

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Manual defrost activation did not seem to power heater till third time I got board to click. I replaced the Board in a Whirlpool Refrigerator top freezer model. Freezer coils were blocked and when I opened the panel the fan was working, so I defrosted freezer and replaced the board. Two days later, has a clicking sound seeming to come from inside fridge control panel and fan speeding and slowing in unison for a few minutes relayed from owner a couple times a day after and frosting again. Middle of evaporator normal frost pattern with heavy concentration of frost bottom 1/3 of coil blocking inlet in freezer and sides and on top of evaporator with a pile of frost in the middle reaching toward fan. Some frost also in drain hole.

Clay for Model Number ET1FHTXMT01

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Freezer will defrost and compressor will not come back on randomly. I replaced the adaptive defrost control board worked for a few days back to melting ice and blowing fan without compressor running. If I turn the thermostat off for a few minutes and then back up all is well for a while.

Jim C for Model Number KSRB22FKSS00

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Is my problem with the defrost control board? I have lights but nothing else runs.

Jt for Model Number ed25pwxawol

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freezer is cold ....everything is extra frozen and hard (ice cream very hard to dig) ....air circulation is OK in freezer....not air to refrigerator compartment......some ice build up on back panel... ...what seem to be wrong? time- heater -cold control ?

Gurmit for Model Number KSRG25FVMS01

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Both freezer and fridge are warm. Fan is working. I think compressor is work, touched it and its a little bit hot. What do you think is the problem?

Cire for Model Number GD25DIXHW02

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Freezer is cold, fridge is warm (45). No ice on coils. Did a manual defrost and worked ok for a day. No fridge getting warm again. Did a chat with Part Pro and she suggested the adaptive defrost control. Does this seem like the problem?

Mike J for Model Number Whirlpool ED5VHGXMB10

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My freezer was frosting so I checked and cleaned the coils underneath which were pretty clogged & dirty. After the cleaning, the freezer is still frosting and the refer compartment is getting warmer, limited air flow. I checked the defrost coil and defrost t-stat both closed ( no power). I hot wired the coil and it drew about 4.9 amps.

Nick C. for Model Number ED5HGXMQ10

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