- Defrost Timer Kit
CustomerCharles H from NJ
Refrigerator was not getting cold
Flat & Philips head screwdriver
Repair & Advice
Refrig was not getting cold, compressor was not running. Manually turned the shaft of defrost timer using a small blade flathead screwdriver and compressor came on and was working properly (getting cold). New Defrost timer was same form/fit/function as the original. Easy to replace: Unplug the refrig, remove two Philips head screws from bottom cover of defrost timer/thermostat, remove two temperature control knobs (refrig & freezer), unsnap the plastic face plate that is behind the two knobs and remove two additional philips head screws, remove the two screws holding the defrost timer to the plastic plate, unplug the connector from the timer. Installation is reverse of procedure. Would definitely recommend Parts Dr to anyone looking for refrigerator parts, fast delivery, good price, and excellent customer service dept.!