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Defrost Control Board

Part Number: AP4070403
MFG Part Number: 61005988
Made by: Whirlpool
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Adaptive defrost control board.

Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Control Board and Refrigerator Defrost Timer, Adaptive Defrost Control.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 61005988 (AP4070403) replaces 12002104, 61002983, 61003990, 67003349, 948430, AH2061226, EA2061226, PS2061226.

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Maytag refrigerator side by side wasn't cooling on the fridge side but freezer was working Shelley V. • Monte Vista, CO • June 17, 2014

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Bad defroster Roger B. • Nashport, OH • May 19, 2014

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Uneven cooling between fridge and freezer compartment Benjamin L. • Carlisle, PA • August 29, 2014
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Would a defective defrost control cause the the refrigerator side to go up to about 50 degrees and stay there? If I unplug and defrost the entire side-by-side, and the refrigerator side worked for a few days and went back up to 50 degrees, what might that be symptoms of?

Sch for Model Number Maytag MBF2255KEW

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No fans , no compressor, just cabinet light on .... Bad Defrost Adaptive control board ??

Raymond for Model Number maytag

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Freezer defrosted and wont freeze back. Also the fridge wont stay cold, freezer stays at fridge temp and fridge stays warm. If you unplug it it resets, works for a week or two then same thing happens.

John B for Model Number MSD2756GE

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Frig not cold. Freezer frosting over. Need possible parts to fix.

Rick for Model Number MZD2766GE

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Hey, My side by side fridge will stay cool for abut 12 hrs. Then all of sudden it starts defrosting, and will get up to 55 degrees and melts all ice and is warm on fridge side too. If I shut off then plug back in starts working again. Thanks

Matt for Model Number ED5NHAXQ01

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For the past few months the side by side Maytag has been making a, ZZZZZZZZ sound every few days. The sound is loud enough to be heard when the unit is all shut up. However there were no issues. When it would make this sound I would try to track it down to it location. It was coming from the upper right corner under the control plate. In the very corner. As I think I have learned tonight this is the area where the Adaptive Defrost control is. Today there is no ZZZZZZZ sound but the fresh food side is warm, freezer is cold. My thought is the ADC has failed, and the coils are frosting over. Thus the warm side. My question is does it seem that I am on the right track? Would it be normal for the board to make a ZZZZZZ sound as it was in its last months?

BADAMS9349 for Model Number MSD2756GEW

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