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Old 03-28-2011, 11:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Jeff / APP Team View Post
Hello EdP. You can test the compressor windings and see if it is good. The run windings will read 1-5 ohms, and the start will read 3-11 ohms. If the compressor checks good, then the overload should fix your problem. Hope this helps.
Part number: AP3873993

Part number: AP3873993

Unit replacement parts for WHIRLPOOL KSRS25IHSS02 |
Hello Jeff,
I checked the Start/Run/Common and they check out good. I have uploaded pictures of my relay/overload and I do use a separate capacitor. Looking at Part Number: AP 3873993 and only showing one picture, though the compatibiltiy list shows this is the right part for my KSRS25IHSS02 KitchenAid Fridge, it does not look the same as my relay/overload. The link post that was sent along with your reply suggested as an alternative Part No. AP407740 that does look similar on the side that connects to the compressor but the other side I'm not sure. But, my Fridge is not on the compatibility list for this Part No. AP407740. On my Relay/Overload there are a blue and a white wires from the capacitor that attach to the start and run terminals. The terminal that has the white wire, there is another white wire going to the compressor and the common terminal has a red wire going to the compressor motor. Which Part No. should I purchase? AP3873993 or AP407740.

Thank you.
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