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Thermistors

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#1 dmanleysr

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Posted Yesterday, 04:44 PM

I can not find part numbers anywhere for the freezer or fresh food section thermistors listed anywhere. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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Posted Yesterday, 06:41 PM

Well i'm with you. Couldn't find them either. I also have never had to look. Whirlpool thermistors rarely fail. I have never had one be out of spec.


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#3 vee8power

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Posted Yesterday, 06:43 PM

Are they both the same? I found this:

Part number: AP4009169

Part number: AP4009169

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#4 applianceman97

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Posted Yesterday, 07:04 PM

The APP Compatible search says it's not for that model. Weird. Im not even sure if whirlpool uses the same thermistor specs for the fresh food and freezer cpmpartment.

 

Have you ever had a change a whirlpool thermistor V? I know i havent


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#5 vee8power

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Posted Yesterday, 07:26 PM

No I haven't had to ever change one of these. I found that part#  by looking up the FF section wiring harness; scroll down to the questions and answers.

Part number: AP5644015

Part number: AP5644015

 







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