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Part Number: AP3600930
MFG Part Number: 2225785
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 2225785 (AP3600930) replaces 1026453, AH895875, EA895875, PS895875.

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I have a whirlpool frig that stopped cooling the freezer and refrig compartments. I've cleaned the coils and all surrounding area behind and under. In looking behind the unit the fan comes and seems to run fine. There's not been any ice build up in the freezer or under where the coils are. I've tested the start relay with the meter. First problem, I get no spike then declining numbers on the meter. So it sounds like the relay is stuck open ? I thought if I put a jumper across where the relay was that I could get the compressor to come on. Wrong. The frig. got power and the fan came on. There was even a small spark across where the jumper was but, the compressor did not come on. I seen no evidence of a leak. I also ohm tested the compressor on all three pins as instructed on youtube videos. All the number I came up with indicated the compressor was electrically working. So, I know the relay needs to be replaced. But my thinking is that there's something else not working properly because the compressor did not come on when I tested with the jumper in place. Am I right or wrong in this ? What else could be wrong ?

Gary for Model Number ETICHEXVQ03

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How does part 2310140 fit with parts 282402 and part 2214067 fit into part 2225785?

Martha for Model Number ET1FTTXKQ0

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Hello. I have a clicking sound issue. My Whirlpool refrigerator keeps frozen foods at 15 degrees f. and the fridge at 42 degrees f. with no ice build up, but the start device clicks a lot. I replaced the start device but the fridge still clicks. I plugged my "Kill a Watt" power metering device into the fridge, and noticed the following pattern: The fridge compressor will turn on, draw 130 watts and run for about 15 minutes. Fridge turns off, then about 10 seconds later, click sound and the fan only (no compressor) will turn on and the fridge draws 750 watts for about 5 seconds, then another click with the fan only for about 20 seconds, then the fridge turns off, no power draw. 10 seconds later the fan only turns on and draws 11 watts. A few seconds later a click, and fridge draws 750 watts for about 5 seconds with the fan going, then a click, fan only for another minute at 11 watts, then the compressor comes on and fridge draws 130 watts for a few minutes, then the fridge turns off. Any idea of what could be wrong?. The fridge did not always click like this. Sometimes the fridge will work fine, no clicking with on and off cycles every 15 to 20 minutes. During heavy use with family opening the fridge a lot, there is more clicking.

Ted for Model Number ET1MHKXMQ02 (Whirlpool top freezer)

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