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Thermistor Kit

Part Number: AP4009169
MFG Part Number: 12002355
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 Defrost Thermostat, Sensor.
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Part Number 12002355 (AP4009169) replaces 12002356, 8208196, 1057227, 67003871, 67003872, 67004034, 67004035, 67005103, 67006645, 8208278, AH2003772, EA2003772, PS2003772, Y67003872.

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Refrigerator digital temp high and flashing freezer fine Charles S. • Philadelphia, PA • September 02, 2014

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My Whirlpool refrigerator runs too cold in the fresh food compartment. It was suggested that I replace the thermostat which I did but it still runs too cold. Even if I set Freezer temp to max (6deg) and refrigerator to max (46 deg) food still freezes. The last search I did suggested the thermistor (12002355). Where is it located on my model and will this fix the problem? Thanks

William M for Model Number GI5FVAXVL00


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My refrigerator is at 32/33 despite setting it at 46. To test the thermistor I have to remove the light assembly. It doesn't have screws, and it is not clear how it comes off. I don't want to break it. Does anyone have a video or more detailed instructions. Also, if I can test it at the board, are there detailed instructions on how to get to the board and test it? I am very handy, I just need details. Thanks.

Jeff J for Model Number GI5SVAXVQ01


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Everything in refrigerator is freezing. What can I check?

Jim for Model Number MBR2256KES


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