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could be that a separate fuse runs the element to heat the seat, or relay. try unplugging the connector under the seat and replug in to see if that fixes it. check for power at the feed side of the loom plug before you replug it to the seat .
Try unplugging the fridge and replugging it in. On this model if it doesn't cool, the display/temperature reading for the unit may start beeping like crazy. Resetting it sometimes fixes this. If you hear the compressor motor kick on, and it doesn't cool within 24 hours, your fridge will need a major repair. If it doesn't turn on at all, you may need a less expensive repair.
Unplug for about 5 minutes and then replug power. This in most case's will reset the motherboards memory. After this possible solution I will not be allowed to send a clickable link to a Service Manual to assist you but I can send you a link to your models exact model providing your model was made for the America's LG, Whirlpool, GE, Etc: and most Refrigerators design's and that you are able to locate you model number. To contact me click here=> appl...@yahoo.com Thank You, Sea Breeze
The solution for this problem is to in plug the fridge and wait then plug it back in If that does not fix it thenyou need to call the company and see if they can give you a quote of how much it will cost to fix it and there is a way to make the repair cost less is to purchase an extended warranty and then have them come and fix it
replacing the mother board is the option that a repair person uses if they are authorized on the back of the unit there is a square plate remove it and you will see the mother board. on the bottom right of the mother board is the culprit fuse. its soldered in. you will have to go to an electronic store and get another fuse and either replace it or have them replace it for you. i went to radio shack and picked up the fuse holder, soldered it in and in the future will only need to replace fuse.
sounds like the adaptive defrost controller part number 61005988. not to bad to repace, the top control panel is removed by pulling down on both rear corners ( youls find little finger holes across the top rear panel to free and pulll foward, the n there are 2 1/4in screws across th efron of control, and 2 phillips head screws jus behind each light bulb, one last 1/4in screw directly on back wall will drop entire panel adn after that youl see the control in the right hand corner unplug the old replug the new . DISCONNECT POWER PRIOR TO REPAIR<