I want the part W10207861.
How much is the shipping for Puerto Rico?
Answer Hello Agnes. The cost of shipping that part going to Puerto Rico, would be $19.95.
Replaced start components last year got through season. Then they burned up and comp drawing 20 plus amps so replaced it. Still wouldn't run. Suggested to replace control board so did. Not working yet. Tried to bypass temperature sensor and defrost terminator still nothing. What am I missing? This unit is in a motor home and is impossible to replace! Please help me!
Answer Hello Rtroth,
If the compressor is drawing more than 20 amps, if you have changed the compressor, The sealed system has a restriction. Most of the time this will occur at the heat exchange assembly or the evaporator coil. The best way to check for this is by recovering the freon from the system and blow nitrogen through the individual coils and tubes. This can easily be accomplished with a process tube adaptor kit. This of course should be done by a freon certified technician because of the freon handling laws.
My Kenmore model 59676592600 periodically heats up in both the freezer and refrigerator section. We have found, by chance, that unplugging the unit for about 30 minutes solves the problem. Once plugged in, the fridge is fine for a day or two. Research on the internet makes me think this is a defrost timer problem. Can you confirm this diagnosis and let me know if the defrost timer is on the AP4358837 electronic control board? Any assistance is much appreciated. Thanks
Answer Hi. The defrost circuit is controlled through the defrost thermistor part # 12002355, 10,000 ohms tolerances sending information to the control board part # W10207861. This control will allow the defrost cycle to begin after approx. 6 hrs for up to 25 minutes or when the defrost thermostat part # 67003426 mounted on the evaporator upper coils) to open because the defrost heater part # 67002493 has heated up past 45° or what the defrost thermostat is preset to. So there are 4 main devices that allow the defrost cycle. In my opinion it is the combination of the defrost thermostat and the defrost control board. Use a volt/ohm meter part # TJMA-DM1 to assist you in your diagnostics. Find the wiring diagram and user tech. sheet to put the unit into a diagnostic mode to explain the fault codes. Thank You.