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Thermostat thanks for the quick response. how do I easily get to the wires?

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  • jdodaro Sep 22, 2008

    I had someone out today and they did diagnose it as a thermostat. Said they need to now send me a quote for parts and labor to fix. What should I be expecting in the way of parts cost and labor? He made it sound like it was a very complicated thing to fix (i.e. needs to take the whole thing apart). Is this the case?

  • jdodaro Sep 24, 2008

    Thanks. How much time do you think it takes to fix (assuming they charge me by the hour). The guy on the phone made it sound very involved - i.e. need to take the whole thing apart because its a sealed system.

  • jdodaro Sep 24, 2008

    Thanks. It's an 8 yr old U-Line 75BWC refrigerator. Not sure if that is a standard stat or not.



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If a standard stat, would take me about 40 mins to do including testing. normally an easy job

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Stat is immediately behind the temp setting knob and inside a housing. prize off the knob and the housing is normally held by a couple of screws. take the housing off and stat will be in view

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  • douglas smith Sep 24, 2008

    i'm in UK not US so can't give you any guidance on cost. in UK part cost would be about £17 and labour about £40 tho stat costs do vary a lot



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