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Kenmore freezer 255.19502010 PTC


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#1 jim Waibel

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Posted 12 October 2013 - 07:36 PM

My starter PTC went bad. Sears is no help as they only list it as part of a kit that replaces the compressor and all associated components. I got it running but the disk inside the starter PTC is burnt. Unit runs but I need to replace the starter. Any ideas where I can find one or can I use an old school coil and contact starter? Repair clinic didn't show a part either. Nuts...



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Posted 12 October 2013 - 08:24 PM

Kenmore 255.19502010 made by Midea

I don't know if the PTC is available separately anymore,

but on-line blogs mention trouble with the Compressor may be bad.

http://www.searspart...mentId=50036073

You could try making a Compressor test cord.

 

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and a test sample of four units of Kenmore brand compact chest freezer 19502,

has determined that these two chest freezers do not comply with the applicable federal energy conservation standards.

If you purchased one of these models, it may use greater energy than indicated on the labels

and other materials at the time of your purchase.

Therefore, you are eligible for a consumer offer.

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