Question about Kenmore 73502 / 73504 / 73509 Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
Hi! The error code is dH with no cooling in the top compartment but I still have ice cubes in the freezer. It will re-set and show temperature in the read-out but no cooling occurs. Catriver kindly described the fusable link problem this may indicate. However I did not have the correct error code at the time. Just looking for verification before I have parts all over the kitchen. Thank you so much, Spiritcat
Spiritcat, the sensor and fuse will be in a plastic packet tucked in on the right upper corner of the evaporator. You will have to remove the freezer back panel. It's easy to remove. The fuse should have a brown and red wire to the harness and the sensor will have 2 orange wires. You can ohm out the fuse when you unplug the harness. If it's bad you will not show any continuity. Check out this pic, then you will know what you are looking for. Catriver.
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Code - erdh
and LG 795 Series. Model 795.77556600
but most models use the same repair.
Controller Part # 6615JB2005H
To Verify correct part. Check part number for your model number at www.searspartsdirect.com
be intimidated by this repair... The
'erdh' error code indicates - error defrost heater. Replacing the controller is EASY. The difficult part is removing everything in
the freezer section to access the evaporator coil but hang in there and stay
with it. You will not hurt anything if
you use common sense.
new part (defrost controller) is relatively inexpensive ranging $10 - $14. Here in the SouthWest I used Appliance Parts
Depot for a $10 part cost. Don't forget
to have 3-4 small wire ties to secure the defrost heater, defrost sensor and
would help to write down a few notes of some of the particulars during
had the same ERDH error code, and my refrigerator began to warm up. I replaced
the defrost thermostat assembly part # 6615JB2005H which is located inside the
freezer, on the right side behind the white plastic panel.
Diagram Image) I accessed it by removing the freezer door, all components
inside the freezer, including the slide rails / tracks mounted on the sides of
the freezer. Be careful when removing the rear white panel because an
evaporator fan is mounted on the back of it and plugs into the back left side
of the freezer compartment. You just
saved yourself about $375 or more.
Stay With It & Good Luck!
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