Question about Refrigerators
Ok look for the freezer compartment. one located, there always some screws to remove there usually 1/4 inch about 5 or 6 of them sometimes 4 you remove that cover the defrost element is at the bottom look at the two wires and the position of the element. sometimes you have to snap it in other times it's a a whole piece (like ge) connect the wires one on 1 side and the other 1 the same way replace the defrost thermostat also. just cut the wires and use the wire nuts provided with it (if you buy genuine) mostly its an L40 if you buy a replacement your gonna have to get two of the orange wire nuts. just put the wires together and screw the wire nut on.
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
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