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    • Part Number: AP4077325
    • MFG Part Number: 67001036
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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How do you reset the defrost timmer

Everett S for Model Number DRS2660BW

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Will part#ap4077325, timer defrost solve my problem? Problem is unit quit getting cold freezer & fridge but still has power.

Mike for Model Number mbb1956gew

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I am replacing the defrost timer control(mcbr1010) is the part that was sent for this fridge the numbers on the defrost timer control 2143. I have pink yellow orange and white wires that are plugged into defrost timer what color wire goes on #2?Pink on # 1 yellow on #4orange and on #3 .White is this right after plugging in the fridge nothing happened the timer vibrated, the light is on in side the fridge , do I have to wait awhile for it to come on . Thanks for all your help

Greg for Model Number MCBR1000W

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Were is the defrost timer located in this Kenmore refrigerator?

Juan for Model Number 59673822200

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Defrosted and replaced adaptive defrost control and now compressor doesn't come on.

Tony for Model Number msd2556aew

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I'm on timer #4 now. I'm not buying another one of these Invensys timers-they are obviously junk. Took one apart and the resister for the motor coil hardly registered-obviously allowed too much current into the motor and burned it out-AGAIN. There is no problem with power supply. ANY mainstream consumer timer will work, but I dont want to have to deal with spicing-etc. I need a timer that 1)is NOT manufactured by Invensys, 2)has the same pin configuration/canon plug, 3)will last longer than 6 months (Invensys GV-3001-00 1/3hp/12hr part#3-81329)

Mike for Model Number whirlpool ev171

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I have used terminal 2 im starting to question if the new timer is working properly.

Matthew for Model Number ed20pkxbn00

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I'm working on a model 596.62222200 Kenmore. I believe my defrost thermostat is bad. There is heavy evaporator icing, the heater ohms out at about 40, and I've replaced the defrost timer. Can you tell me the correct part number for a replacement defrost Thermostat. There isn't anything listed under this model number specifically, but I found this one (AP4247470) that looks correct by reading through the other questions and answers. Thanks, Greg

Greg for Model Number 596.62222200

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The timer I have is 8 hour 7 min defrost looks the same as this one the spec no is" CD-2001-57 7 MINUTES". Can I use this timer and will a longer defrost time damage the defrost heater Not replaceable as the interior is glude to the exteior no screws Help my customer is up set thank you for your help. Bill Wagner 443.864.0843

Bill for Model Number frt04l5dwo compact frig

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Hello. So the freezer just quit a few days ago...no signs of ice or anything cold. Condenser fan and other fans were running, but not the compressor. Thought it was the relay at first as capacitor tested ok on an analogue ohm meter...replaced the relay to no avail. Still seems weird to me that the condenser fan would be on--and not the compressor--but I went ahead and started looking at the defrost timer. It is cycling fine between terminals 1 & 2 and 1 & 4, but it is continually showing open between terminals 1 & 3 (also open between 2 & 4). I went ahead and cycled it into the compressor on state (continuity between terminals 1 & 4) and am hoping to see the compressor come on. I'm not sure I'm on the right track though.

Ac for Model Number Kenmore 596.72919200 defrost timer 67001036

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