Question about Kelvinator Refrigerators
This is described as a 220L cyclic 2DR fridge. The unit stopped running. A wire/cable running from the back of the control/thermostat runs thru the back of the cabinet into the rear wall of the unit & does not reappear. If this wire is disconnected the fridge runs but overnight, freezes contents in the unit. Presumably this wiring connects to some sort of defrost or controls the thermostat. As the back & side walls of the fridge are sealed, how is/can this be repaired?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, The silver thing is not a wire. It is the sensor tube for the thermostat. The new thermostat will come with the sensor. Be sure and notice how and where the sensor goes in the wall. I hope this helps
Posted on May 20, 2009
Do you have an ice maker? if so then it is probably the icemaker over flowing. It probably is the water valve sticking or the ice maker is not satisfied. I have both parts available and ships same day 877-293-1739
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
SOURCE: I installed a defrost control
Either of the two you mention will do. Make sure you correctly install the wiring.
But usually it should have started after you plug in the wall. Try it check the wiring and it will work now.
Posted on Jun 12, 2011
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