Archive for Refrigerators
Having a Multimeter is a must for appliance repair for testing voltage to appliances and appliance parts, continuity/ohms on thermal fuses, thermostats, thermistors, heating elements. The list goes on and on.
Volts AC 750 , Volts DC 1000, Amps AC 10, Resistance max. (Ohms) 2M, Continuity, Temperature -4 °F to 2498° F, Display (Counts) 2,000, Operating Temperature 32° F to 74° F (0°C to 23°C), Fuse Protection mA: 0.2A/ 250V, Power 9 V Battery (included), Size 5.5″L x 3″W x 1.5″. Temp probe included.
This is the most common ice maker for most GE/Hotpoint refrigerators, In fact some of the older ice makers have been substituted for this one, It comes with complete instructions for replacing your old ice maker. Also used in some Sears Kenmore 363 models.
This is the most common in-door ice maker for Kenmore 106 models and Whirlpool.
Icemaker assembly, For in-door ice models. *Remove bottom bracket from old icemaker and reattach it to the new icemaker.
This is the most common non in-door ice maker for Kenmore 106 models and Whirlpool.
Replacement 8 cube icemaker kit, replaces many Whirlpool-made ice makers. Does not include shut off arm.
Hotpoint side by side refrigerator HSS25GFPHWW and the freezer was not getting cold enough, the refrigerator side is fine. The front of refrigerator middle divider where both doors close on was really hot. Found the condenser fan motor was bad, installed new one, worked great!
Here’s the condenser fan motor for this model:
Includes full-size bottle of refrigerator cleaner and microwave cleaner Along with 2 oz. trial size bottles of stainless steel cleaner & polish, cooktop cleaner and cooktop protectant. Also includes one reusable microfiber cloth to wipe away dirt, one odor absorber tub and a utility bin.