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Evaporator

Part Number: AP3672732
MFG Part Number: 2188823
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 Evaporator.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 2188823 (AP3672732) replaces 1057766, 2209611, AH895784, EA895784, PS895784.

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Water is leaking on the floor from freezer.Could I have a stopped up line going to the drain pan,if so,is it a hard diy job?

Jerry T. for Model Number ed5lhaxmt10 whirlpool fridge

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I have a Whirlpool side by side refrigerator. Recently I had a leak in the water resevoir that feeds the water dispenser and the icemaker. I replaced that with the replacement part which is just a coiled length of plastic hose whihc connects to the ice dispenser servo in the back and the water dispenser in the front of the frig. All went well with that...connections and lines are all water tight and not leaking at all. However, I have noticed that the defrost tray has what I consider to be a little too much water in it and it does not seem to be evaporating. Here's the history: while waiting for the replacement part for the water resevoir, I had the water to the frig turned off at the valve. I also turned the ice maker off (raised the ice maker lever to the up position). I got the replacement resevoir part about a week later, installed it, checked my lines and connections for leaks, checked the operation of the dispenser and icemaker...all was well. As precaution, I kept the front grill off so I could watch for any leaks for a couple days. I noticed a fair amount or water running into the defrost pan at various times. I know this is normal and expected, however, there was a little more water than I expected...I'd say about 8 ounces or so over a 12 hr. period. I chalked this up to the ice maker being off for a awhile and also having the frig unplugged while I did the install, etc. However, it's been 24hrs and there is still water sitting in the defrost pan. I have a few questions: (1) How much water is too much water in the defrost pan? Obviously overflowing would be too much, but what I mean is...I don't think there should be 8os. of water sitting in there for any length of time, correct? (2) next logical question: how long should it take for the water to evaporate and for the pan to more or less dry? (3) If the water doesn't evaporate, what do I check first: evaporator? evap. Themorstat? evap heater? (4) Where and what do I look for? Where is the evaporator located? Should the evaporator coil be be hot? Is there a hot heater element to look for? Regards Jesse

Jesse P for Model Number ED5LDEXWB00

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The evaporator fan blade is clipping a large ice ball that has formed, making a very loud noise. I assume something in the defrost unit is not working properly. Defrost is working, otherwise, there would be no water to form the ice ball. Is the main suspect the evaporator (hopefully not), or maybe something else?

Mickey for Model Number ts25agxrd01

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