Question about Refrigerators
The plastic cover is clipped into the casing ,flip this out by squeexing a bit and pulling backwards then you will see the nut that holds the thermostat the next good bit is getting the probe wire out ,best of luck its not that difficult though
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
Its fitted by screws and clips are holding it.This clips are to be un-clipped and screws needs to be removed.Also a thin knife will help to loosen the thermostat housing.This is the thermostat,which you have to remove:---
------------------ Also click this link directly,to check more images of the part :--- http://www.espares.co.uk/part/fridges-and-freezers/whirlpool/art472/3-(856447215010)/p/1084/278/0/709510/208951/whirlpool-service-w4-frid.html ------------- This should help. Thanks.Helpmech.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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