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Thermostat

Part Number: AP4078076
MFG Part Number: 67003426
Made by: Whirlpool
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$30.48
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$38.13 $7.65

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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.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 67003426 (AP4078076) replaces 1033990, 8208287, AH2067436, EA2067436, PS2067436.

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The maytag french door model freezer was super cold and the refrigerator was at/near room temperature Glen C. • Grove, OK • July 07, 2014
Appliance: Maytag Refrigerator MFD2561HEQ14

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How to Replace Thermostat #67003426

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Thermostat #67003426 for Refrigerator made by Whirlpool, Kenmore, Maytag, Admiral, Dacor, Jenn-Air, Crosley, Amana. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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I have a new defrost thermostat #67003426. I did a continuity test with iced water. However, I could not detect any continuity on the multimeter. What is the reason? Is the ice water not cold enough fot this type of thermostat or is there any other method to check the continuity? Multimeter was set to X10 the lowest value on my multimeter. I would appreciate your answer at your earliest convenience. Thank you.

Meldan for Model Number Kitchenaid

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Month or two ago, fridge got warm - lost contents. Noticed freezer was extra cool & vents at rear were frosted / iced over. Used heat gun to melt ice at back of freezer - appears fridge & freezer then operated normally. Fridge again became warm - some minor freezer ice was noted in vent area at lower back area of freezer. Pulled back cover - evaporator coils were frosted / iced over. Used heat gun to melt ice & defrost freezer area. Suspect defrost thermostat - any test or opinion on my problem?

Dave C for Model Number Ammana afd2535deb

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The other day I opened the fridge and noticed it was extremely warm (60deg). I checked the damper and it was open, however there was no airflow. I then checked the freezer, saw no frost build up and noticed that the condenser fan was not spinning, however it was humming. If I flick the fan it will spin for 2-5 secs then stop. I figured the fan motor was bad so I replaced it, nothing changed. Still the same response except now maybe the fan will run 1-2 minutes steady, although noisy, and then come to a stop and hum. I checked the old motor for continuity and it showed 0. The new fan is showing 95-100. My next step was to chat with some of your technicians, they suggested replacing either the thermistor or the thermostat. I bought both components but only replaced the thermostat. The fan seems to run for 2-3 minutes but continues to seize up. Help! What do I do next????

Chad for Model Number Amana AFB2534DES

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Hi all. Ok, my refrigerator (freddie) has gone warm, while my freezer is fine. I've looked on the forum and read most of the questions/answers here. It appears this is a defroster thing-- according to the discussions. I just talked with Gene-- on the forum (the owner of an appliance shop in the OC, in So. Cal). He said that my model does not have a defrost timer, but all that is controlled by a circuit board. At this point, I'd like to know how I find out why my freddie is not working, while the freezer is. I've looked at the diagram for the part, and it appears to somewhere inside the back panel of the freddie, but I have no idea where. I've just replaced my dryer, so I'm really hoping to not have to do so with the freddie. Please.... help! TYIA. SteveB

Steve B for Model Number kenmore 596.75504400

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Kenmore mod#596.75509400. The bottom freezer works but the upper refrig.doesn't. The fan at the back of the freezer compartment is working, but no air coming from the damper unit in the refrig. Can you help me?

Suzanne for Model Number 596.75509400

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My freezer is frosting up on the back wall. The coils are totally iced over. I triggered a long defrost by holding the door light and pushing temp down 3 times. It kicked in and indeed defrosted the coils (fast!). What does this tell me? Thermostat bad? Other? We've sunk over $800 in repairs into this thing so I'm either going to tackle this myself or buy a new fridge. Thanks in advance!

Keith for Model Number GB2SHTXTB00

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