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Not sure there is a manual defrost switch. Look at the link below for defrost switches for your model. On some refrigerators, if you set the temperature switch to off and unplug then plug in the refrigerator it will force the defrost mode; then unplugging and plugging again will reset the mode.
There is no on/off switch for this model, simply unplug the frig. Some models have a switch for the ice maker, but not the frig itself. If it's a vacation thing you can turn the thermostat up, but your frig could have a musky smell upon returning.
Are you sure your refrigerator came with an energy saver switch? I can't find one listed for the model you have. If you are trying to add one, that is not something that is easily done for the older models. If my documentation is incorrect and your model did come with an energy saver switch or you are looking for another part, then you might be able to get it through www.searspartsdirect.com . Just plug in your model number and select model # search and you will get different models of your refrigerator. Select the one that applies and look for the correct part.
Remove the ice bucket and auger assembly and hold the door switch closed while pressing the ice dispenser button to check for a dead motor. If it turns, try holding it with your hand to see if it can take a bind. If it will then your auger is the problem, if not it's motor time.
Unplug the refrigerator.Take a small skinny flat screw driver and pry the switch out. You can unplug it once you have it out but hold on to the wire so it does not fall into the refrigerator. Have the new switch ready to install or tie or tape the wire while you go get the new switch.
First lets start by unplugging the refrigerator and checking 4387911 Refrigerator Door Switch. Then let me know if the door switch is good or bad. You can find this switch part number by clicking the part number and model number search feature below. Enter the part number and press FIND IT. Let me know what you find with the door switch possible problem and if not the switch I will go to step 2, Thanks, Sea Breeze