Question about Refrigerators
Hi, if these parts have been replaced and are now working, more then likely you have a defrost thermostat that has failed. It is round with a single set of contacts that open and close. This unit should defrost with both time and or temperature activated. They work together. It is round like i said with 2 insulated wires coming out the top, sealed over with a water moisture free hard wax. Must be replaced, can't be repaired.It will clamp to your suction line In the evaporator section. It will be difficult to get to, but this will solve your defrost problems. If you have the schematic, you will see it on there and where to find it on your unit. I wish you the best!!
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Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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