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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to take freezer evaperator cover off , then turn it to defrost and test the supply voltage across the defrost element. if no volts then test the round disk looking thing with 2 wirers comming out of it . with the supply power removed from the power point, the coil frozen up , disconnect these wirers and use a continuity checker such as a multy meter on diode check or buzzer mode, you should have a closed circuit through the defrost termination thermostat (round disk with 2 wirers) , it is in series with the defrost element thus cutting the power to the element if the coil temp gets too high and terminates the element , the timer will time out after it's time duration is reached. A good way to test the motor in the timer is to put a texta mark on the dial of the timer and check it in 1/2 hr, to see if it has moved.AFTER YOU HAVE PUT THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS BACK AFTER TESTING THE TERMINATIN THERMOSTAT AND MADE IT SAFE, YOU WOULD PLUG IT BACK IN.
The defrost timer needs to be connected to power of the fridge to opperate.
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Posted on Mar 31, 2009
Your refrigerator has a control board located on the back. If you can unplug refrigerator and remove the board so you can examine both sides. We need to look for burn marks on the board. That circuit board controls all functions on your refrigerator. If you want we can get this fixed from here, Let me know, Thanks, Sea Breeze
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
OK, This does not happen much on that model. This time I want you to work with me on the solution and test a couple test points on the motherboard. If you are comfortable with this let me know. It will require a voltage meter and an OHM meter. Let me know, Sea Breeze
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
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