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Capacitor

Part Number: AP3085822
MFG Part Number: 4387764
Made by: Whirlpool
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Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Relay, Overload, Capacitor.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 4387764 (AP3085822) replaces 586380, AH371420, EA371420, PS371420.

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My fridge and freezer have not been getting cold since a power outage . We replaced the relay overload , I cannot find a capcitor or see where one might be hooked up . Is there not one on my model ?

Patty for Model Number Ed5thaxms00

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Will try and include all relevant info: The problem is the start relay keeps burning out, have gone thru 3 including the original one. The first one I put in lasted about 6 months. The last one I put in only lasted 1 month. The first start relay (the original) I pulled off the disk was in several small pieces. The second disk one was in about 3 or 4 pieces and then this last one was in two pieces. Both of the start relays I bought were the cheaper replacement part but looked identical to the original. This unit does have the Capacitor have not tested can't find a test procedure. The compressor windings have the following reading 5, 2.8, and 8 Note that the reading on my multimeter did fluxuate a bit. The windings to ground were open not shorted reading infinity so my understanding is the compressor is good. what is the probability of the compressor being bad. Question: Could the capacitor be causing the start relay to blow or is the start relay I am buying is substandard and poor quality. Could the overload relay be bad and blowing the Start relay. Would it be best to order the complete kit with all three parts and replace all at once.

George for Model Number GD25DIXHB00

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Just need to know where capacitor is located. It's not in cap covering Overload and Start Relay as suggested in another answer.

Douglas for Model Number ED22PQXFW01

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The parts diagram for my Kitchen Aid refrigerator calls out this capacitor, but I just pulled the Start Device out (it's failed) and there is no capacitor wired to it. In fact the only available terminals on the start device assembly are the contact for the Red (to overload device) and White (to PTR device) power wires. No other terminal/lug connctions exist to connect a capacitor to. Inparticular, no terminal lug exists to the start pin on the compressor. It appears to only be connected through the PTR resistor. Is this normal for some Kitchenaid models?

Ben for Model Number KSBP25FJSS00

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Is the capacitor physcally located inside the cover box (item 12)? Do new compressor start device kits eleminate the need for the capacitor?

Gary S. for Model Number ED5FHGXKQ03

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