Question about KitchenAid Superba Architect KSCS25INSS Side by Side Refrigerator
From another post, it sounds like I have a broken start relay on this fridge. I'm looking for advice on how to remove and replace the old one. I don't see how the cover unclips from the compressor to give access to the relay, Any advice, photos, links, etc would be appreciated as I don't want to break it and end up with more to repair than I already have. Also, if you have the part number (I think it's 4387871 from Sears), I'd appreciate that as well. Would be happy to chat or email about this off line.
If I need to call for service, what would/should something like this cost in Colorado? Any recommendations for a good repair outfit?
Ok, give it a go. Some compressor covers have a shiny metal strip which keeps the plastic cover in place. This is unclipped simply with a small flathead screwdriver inserted to either side between the clip and the cover. Other covers have a slot on either side of the cover and again a small flat screwdriver inserted into the slot and a bit of pressure to one side to lever the latch lock away from the metal housing of the compressor. With a bit of jiggling either way you should be able to get the cover off without damaging it. From here on I would recommend you take a snapshot with your cellphone or camera so that it is easy to rewire the replacement. Take your sample down to any refrigeration spares shop and buy a replacement and fit. Simple as that.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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