Question about Frigidaire FFUS2613L Side by Side Refrigerator
How long before a timer go bad
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I couldn't pull up a line drawing for this model, but I recall that on these, (and other fridges of this age and era) had the defrost timer mounted under the front edge of the fridge, just behing the toe kick panel.
Some manufacturers mounted them at the rear behind the thin paperboard "cover", but I'd look for it at the front first.
In either location, it should be mounted behind a metal plate with a small hole in it that has a plastic or metal adjustment shaft that a flat bladed screwdriver slips into to manually advance the cycles.
Just remember to unplug the fridge before you disconnect the timer or attempt to replace it. Once you're done, you can advance the timer to initiate the defrost or cooling cycle, to gets things going.
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Posted on Aug 21, 2009
Part 23 on this diagram is your defrost timer.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
Sounds like a bad timer to me. Forget the tstat. Power comes from the power cord and goes directly to the tstat. The tstat sends the power to the timer where it is directed to either the compressor or defrost heaters as needed.
Recheck your plug connector to the timer carefully. I have installed many timers that did not work, or work right, right out of the box.
As well, to cover yourself, I would replace the defrost tstat which is located behind the rear panel in the freezer compartment.
It's a small round disk clipped to the top of the cooling coil, and is the component that is by far, the component that fails most often.
Check the connections to the main heater as well, while your in there.
The defrost tstat looks like this.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
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