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I need a defrost timer, defrost thermastat and an element for a crosley refrigerator model # C521G2 The problem diagnosed by the technician

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just check the defrost heater and the bi metal, if they check good then the adaptive defrost control is bad

Posted on Apr 25, 2008

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http://www.us1internet.com/FRS24XGCW2_141846.htm

The above URL will take you to an exploded view of the controls. Look at number 23 which will be located behind toe plate below door on the left side. That is the defrost timer. Rotate the clutch head screw Clockwise SLOWLY until you hear a loud click. That is the defrost timer starting the defrost. If the unit restarts after 18-22 minutes and defrost does not take place you problem is most likely the defrost thermostat.

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SOURCE: Problem auto defrost refrigerator

loaded question any COULD be bad a volt ohm meter will tell you whitch one is bad

if this is a ge sxs i would check the defrost heater first

Posted on Jun 24, 2008

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SOURCE: Location of Defrost Timer

you unit do not carry it carry a board it at the back off the unit

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SOURCE: Need a wiring diagram for a Whirlpool ED5VHEXTQO1

I will give the wiring diagram a try but your refrigerator has a simple defrost timer that is most likely the reason for your problem. Give me a few moments and I will give you a photo. Inside the fresh food compartment and behind the control panel is where the timer is located. Sea Breeze

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It sounds like the defrost cycle isn't working. If this is an older electro-mechanical model, the 1st thing to suspect is the defrost timer. They're not too expensive and usually easy to replace.

If it's a newer 'electronic' model, then it's very likely the cheap chinese control board (motherboard) has gone bad. However, replacements are NOT cheap to purchase, and may be more difficult to replace.

Other parts that could be suspect in the defrost cycle are the heating element and thermistor. The cold control could also be a suspect. If you don't know what or where these are, it's best to just call in a technician.

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It sounds like the defrost cycle isn't working properly. If this is an older electro-mechanical model, the 1st thing to suspect is the defrost timer. They're not too expensive and usually easy to replace.

If it's a newer 'electronic' model, then it's very likely the cheap chinese control board (motherboard) has gone bad. However, replacements are NOT cheap to purchase, and may be more difficult to replace.

Other parts that could be suspect in the defrost cycle are the heating element and/or thermistor located on the evaporator, and possibly the cold control located in the fresh food section. If you don't know what, or where, these items are, it's best to just call in a technician.

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