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Manufacturer #: WR55X10025 /
Manufactured by: GE /
Fix #: FIX304103
Manufacturer #: WR55X10025 |
Manufactured by: GE |
Fix #: FIX304103
Replace the termostat and temp sensor for those two you have to cut and splice new wires. And the water filter easy twist off and twist back on for the heater and braket assembly it was pull out old and place new maybe hour long job
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I removed the old temperature sensor by cutting the wires. I attached the wires of the new sensor with wire nuts and mounted it in the same bracket.first I removed shelves, bottom drawer, one drawer slide. then removed plastic cover from inside, light bulb, removed two screws from back panel (inside refrigerator, removed panel. You will see heater towards bottom. Remove screws (2) that hold heater in place, disconnect wires from heater, thermostat isattached to line just above where heater is attached.You will find that is quicker to cut thermostat wire, then splice together with wire nut. reassemble in reverse order. To check ice door, you must remove inner door panel, mine had to selenoid rusted and locked up. Removed , cleaned, reinstalledm worked ok. Hope this helps someone. Thank you from your good service!
Online info suggested thermal sensor was the issue (coils cleaned, fans functional). I ordered the part and received it in 2 days. Finding the sensor was the issue. I removed the shelves, then removed a temp control knob, the lights and the protective panel covering them. I removed a long white panel (no screws), removed two panels (one with 2 screws, one with three screws. The thermal sensor was behind the last panel removed. The cooling coils with the thermal sensor were covered with a styrofoam like device. Used a hair dryer to melt the ice. The new sensor was then put in place as per other videos on this topic. It took longer to melt the ice then to remove the panels giving access to the sensor. All in all a pretty easy repair. BTW, refrigerator is working fine (0-2F in freezer, 37F in fresh foods side).
After the refrigerator had been disconnected a few hours, I removed the lower back side panel from the freezer side. Both the temp sensor and defrost thermostat were easy to find . I then cut the wires to remove the parts and just rewired the new parts the same way and I was done . My refrigerator has been working fine since.
watched informative youtube instructions. basically very easy and simple task.
Just like the man said pull the rear panel removed defrost thermostat replaced with new one did the same thing to the temp sensor. very easy one thing I really liked was the probability factor you have on the sale items which made me buy both probable causes for this problem. statistically can't be the odds worked dead on. refrig works fine as normal thank you
The instructions on the web site at parts select was very informative and helpful. The job of replacing the items was just as described.
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I watched a youtube video on how to check the thermistors, and found out that was the problem. I didn't check the thermometer, but for a few dollars more, I decided to replace that too. Simple cut and splice, wire nuts and silicone. The refrigerator was frosting up every 4 or 5 days, and so far (5 days)...it seems to be doing fine. Thanks for the quick delivery of parts. I was surprised...got them the next day.
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