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Where does temperature sensor go?

Have a 5 cubic foot kenmore refrigerator with a white plastic ''wire'' (temperature sensor?) inside kind of hanging behind freezer compartment... Where does it belong?

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Hi, It should slide into a hole or fasten to the evaporator. Get me a model # so I can look this up and assist you further.

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There should be a clip like mechanism on the bottom or one of the sides of the evaporator. It may be a small clamp closed by a screw or two. It should not just be dangling in the air.

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