Question about Refrigerators
the temp control got stuck during a cooling cycle if you replace the cold control it will solve the problem.
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your thermostat is probably defective. is it an electronic or mechanical thermostat? there is a website called repairclinic.com. where you can enter your model number and get tech. help along with part #'s., its a very good website
however the refrigerator only has one thermostat located in the fresh food compartment it is designed to activate the sealed system (cooling) until it reaches approximately 37 deg f in the fresh food compartment. The damper controls how fast the cold air can move from the freezer compartment to the fresh food compartment. Allowing you to control the temp in the freezer by controlling the flow of cold air to the thermostat.
You have one of two problems.
#1 your thermostat is no longer opening when it achieves set temp. fix = replace thermostat pn 61005798 $35
#2 your damper arm or assemblie has broken. Fix = Replace damper or broken arm and actuator.
damper assembly pn12001377 $44
damper actuator pn 61002000 $2
damper arm pn 61001999 $2
thermostat actuator arm damper arm
hope u ve got a detailed idea
Posted on May 31, 2009
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