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Where is the defrost time on my Kenmore coldspot side by 10650022210

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This unit is too new to have a defrost timer. The defrost control is integraed into this board on this model.

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Posted on Sep 16, 2019

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SOURCE: Kenmore fridge Model# 106.56542400

Open the fridge side, look up.

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a Kenmore coldspot side by side- not cooling properly

Setting it to 5 is what the manufacturer recommends. If you set it to 1 and the frig is still not cold, then you probably have a faulty cold control (thermostat)
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Posted on Feb 19, 2009

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SOURCE: Kenmore Coldspot 106.9552610 not cold enough

Inside the fresh food compartment look for an opening that will allow you to turn the defrost timer clockwise slowly. When you hear it click the refrigerator should go into defrost. If the timer is bad it will need replaced. Let me know. Below is a photo of timer.
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Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Kenmore Coldspot Model 106.59502992 that

Hi Danda,

About 98% of the time on a Whirlpool built Kenmore such as yours the problem with automatic defrosting is the "defrost timer". It's super easy to repair. You can get one from Sears, a local appliance parts retailer or just about anywhere online (just plug this part number---> 482493 <--- into a search engine and price shop)

Here's a diagram I made. It details the repair. Number 4 says "ADC", don't worry. There are two types of defrost timers one is an ADC and another is yours. They both follow the same repair procedure, OK?
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Here's a full size diagram of your machine. You'll see that there is no difference other than the type of defrost timer.

NOTE---> UNPLUG YOUR FRIDGE BEFORE DOING THIS REPAIR!!! Otherwise, you'll look like this permanently...
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There ya go, Danda! Remember to rate this solution as "FixYa" WillYa?

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SOURCE: I have a 10 yo kenmore coldspot refrigerator. We

I had the same problem. The water resovior in the back of the refrigerator had a pin hole in it.

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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