Question about Whirlpool Refrigerators
I will try to locate a wiring diagram for your model ET19RKXFN01 but to change the defrost timer you will only need to know its location. Here is a link to the repair parts=> ET19RKXFN01_Repair_Parts_List
Go to page 5 of the repair parts list and you will see item number 4 Then on page 6 of the parts list you will see the timer part number beside the item 4. That is your defrost timer part number 2193084 Defrost Timer
Your refrigerator is an older model and may have the wiring digram in a packet behind the kick plate in the front near floor. Changing the defrost timer will not require use of a wiring diagram. Simply remove the old timer and replace the new defrost timer by plugging it into the wiring harness. The defrost timer can be found behind the control panel inside the fresh food compartment where the controls are located above the top shelf. If you have questions just let me know, Thanks Sea Breeze
Posted on Nov 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There might be a couple issues going on here.
First off, your flame sense is not working like it should. This is the electrode that partially sits in the burner flame. There is a wire that goes back to the ignitor module. Check it for continuity (electrode to connector), it should be near zero ohms. Also, check the screws on the burner housing assembly. These need to be tight and rust free because they secure the ground path for the ignitor. Make sure that your ground wires are clean and tight.
Given the history of the electric side, your power supply board may be on its way out as well. This can affect both modes (electric and gas, as well as 12volt cooling - but you are not equipped for that).
You can find a service manual at bryantrv.com. Look under the service manuals section, find the link for norcold 600
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
Defrost timer should be located at the back of the fridge at the bottom around the compresser, it is usually a little black box. Is the evaperator in the freezer iced up? If it is not, I would check the thermostat for proper operation or the compresser. If the compresser is very hot and not running, your compresser is on its way out, but if it is running and there is a hot line and cold line coming off of the compresser then I would say you have a plugged cap tube ( the metering device that gos into the evaperator in the freezer). In which case a repair man needs to cut about six inches off of it and re fill the refrigerant.
Posted on Sep 06, 2012
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