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Freezer Back Panel
NOTE: Freezer compartment should now be empty and
walls should be clear of anything that will
obstruct removal of back panel.
1. Loosen screws that mount icemaker to freezer
2. Pull icemaker gently away from wall of compartment.
As you do so, work fill cup free of fill tube. Unplug
icemaker electrical connector and remove icemaker
3. (Pull out Drawer only) Loosen and remove screws
that hold 2 basket glides in place at left and right
sides of compartment.
4. If unit has no icemaker pry with flatblade icemaker
connection cover. Remove cover.
5. Remove hex head screws that hold back panel and
6. Squeeze tabs on ice maker plug to release it from
Defrost Terminator (Thermostat)
1. Terminator is fastened to evaporator tubing with a
2. Snap terminator off tubing and cut wires to terminator.
3. Remove terminator from unit.
That is word for word.
See parts list diagram here:
This may help with screws but the defrost thermostat is item 32 and not shown on the diagram. Once you hav ethe access panel off loof fok the thermostat. It will have 2 wires and tough metal clip on it.
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Maytag... | Answered on Jul 12, 2011
refrigerator is not cooling properly it can be due to a defrost timer, which is
causing the fridge to go into defrost cycle. Usually it takes 45-60 minutes for
refrigerator to come out of defrost cycle. If the timer
is bad then it will not come out of defrost cycle and
can result in this kind of issues. It can also occur due to defrost thermostat,
it allows current to pass through it at temperatures of 20 to 30 degrees
Fahrenheit and prevents current from passing through it at 40 to 60 degrees.
This is difficult to test, though, because it takes a prolonged, very-cold
temperature to turn it on. The defrost thermostat is
snapped onto the top portion of the evaporator. The thermostat sends
temperature information to the processor. The defrost heater must be replaced
when replacing the thermostat.
1. Remove the lower fan duct work from the evaporator cover.
2. Remove the 1/4-in. evaporator cover screws and remove the evaporator cover.
3. Disconnect the defrost thermostat wiring connector.
4. Remove the defrost thermostat from the evaporator.
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