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Fridge too cool - KitchenAid Side by Side
you mentioned that they are pretty much alike, so I was wondering if I can get away buying the 2188820, even though it is for newer KitchenAid model, instead of spending triple the amount for the...
Fridge too cool - KitchenAid Side by Side
Newer:
Whirlpool 2188820 Thermistor - AppliancePartsPros.com (http://www.appliancepartspros.com/whirlpool-thermistor-2188820-ap3757728.html)

Older (the original): Part number: 1116959...
Fridge too cool - KitchenAid Side by Side
Dear Gene,
Thank you so much for your kind help and explanation. Here is my struggle, the newer thermistor is 1/3 of the price of the old one.

The only difference I see visually is that the new one...
Fridge too cool - KitchenAid Side by Side
I just found out that the readings were for a different thermistor - the later model: KSSS48K or KSSS48Q. This is the only service manual I could find. the thermistor is a bit more modern model:...
Kitchenaid control board problem
the resistance usually goes down with the temperature goes up. At least this is what happens with the thermistors I looked at in KitchenAid models.

Having same problem, but in my case the resistance...
Fridge too cool - KitchenAid Side by Side - Fridge too cool - KitchenAid Side by Side
Hello dear experts,

Here is the update and another query.

I replaced the 3 in 1 relay that my mechanic (now fired) put in with the original relay (Whirlpool 819160 Overload/relay Kit -...
How to test compressor windings and grounding - Fridge too cool - KitchenAid Side by Side
Thank you so much for your help and explanation.
I got the OEM relay for this model and installed it. Worked like a charm!
The compressor started and the freezer temperature stabilized around 0 +/- 5...
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