I need to replace the Control Board, which is part number w10135900. Do you have a video or written instructions on how to replace the board? Your help will be greatly appreciated.
We do not have instructions that we can send on replacing the control board. It is not difficult. To replace you will open refrigerator door and remove the knobs for the temp control. Once removed you will use a flat blade under the corner of the front panel to get it started on release. Once started you just pull out on it and it will pop loose. There are 2 screws 1/4" hex head that you will remove on the front and 2 that attach control panel to the ceiling. Once removed disconnect the connector that is on the top of the refrigerator. This will give you a little more room. There are 2 screws on the bottom of the control panel that are phillips head that you will remove. Once removed you can disconnect wires fromthe control board and install new one in reverse.
Our refrigerator stopped cooling, we heard clicking. The compressor and the relay were replaced. It worked for one day no more clicking and stopped cooling again. Had another person in and they say that it's the thermostat-#2198202 and or the control electric computer board #w10366605.
Would these parts finally fix the problem?
Answer Hello AW,
Based on the information, you want to check to see if your evaporator fan is running. If the fan is running but compressor is not Then you want to make sure that you are getting power to the compressor from the control board. The compressor circuit runs through the board. Check for 120 vac from White P4 terminal to Red on P2 pin 4. If you do not have voltage replace the board W10135900.