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I am looking at the Samurai repair manuels stash.

I believe this Kenmore is a Frigedair/eletrolux? Am I on the right path?

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Frigidaire Kenmore 253.59482990

Who Makes Sears Kenmore

Who Makes What

no info at Frigidaire for that exact model

what area has the problem ?

parts list & diagrams at SearsPartsDirect

 

 



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Thanks Reg. I needed to know were the defrost clock was on this frig.The Sears diagram showed the location. I am going to work a defrost problem for a friend.

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check DTS first, the friggy fridges have bad DTS, you will usually find the top is actually popping off the bad ones

the good thing about most friggy fridges is the dts wires unplug in such a way that you can plug the harness togeather to bypass the dts to quickly test the rest of the defrost system with the dts bypassed



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Thanks Toast. I'm still an apprentice, forgive me , whats DTS.

 

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Defrost Termination Switch

defrost therostat

 



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BrntToast wrote: Defrost Termination Switch

defrost therostat

 

Got it now, thanks!

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BrntToast wrote: check DTS first, the friggy fridges have bad DTS, you will usually find the top is actually popping off the bad ones the good thing about most friggy fridges is the dts wires unplug in such a way that you can plug the harness togeather to bypass the dts to quickly test the rest of the defrost system with the dts bypassed Wow! I'll do this and put the heater in seris to see if heat comes on. And I'll make sure the defrost clock is on too. Thanks

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