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General Electric WR09X10107 5SP Overload/PTC

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This is a Genuine Replacement Part,The Model Number and Name for The Following Item: General Electric (GENF0) WR09X10107 Relay And Overload Kit

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This is a Genuine Replacement Part ,The Model Number and Name for the Following Item:General Electric (GENF0) WR09X10107 5SP Overload/PTC

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Part Number WR09X10107
Item Weight6.1 ounces
Product Dimensions6 x 6 x 1.4 inches
Item model numberWR09X10107
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Required?No
  
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ASINB00L4JDXQE
Best Sellers Rank #128,415 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableFebruary 17, 2010
  
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By M. Meservy on October 5, 2013
If you are reading this you probably also own a crappy GE fridge. I'm so sorry for you. GE no longer brings good things to life. Unless my anger is a good thing. It has brought plenty of that to life as of late. I own a GE Profile, french doors with freezer at the bottom. Model #PFS22SISBSS. We unsuspectingly bought this model almost seven years ago when we moved into our house. In the last six months we started noticing temperature fluctuations in the freezer. At first it was minimal then gradually we started noticing large fluctuations. It would be 0 then a few hours later it would be 18. At the end I noticed it as high as 30's. All this time the fridge part was staying pretty stable. I couldn't afford to hire a technician to come out so I let it limp along. Evenually we started hearing clicking every few seconds. Last week it stopped cooling all together.

I started doing some serious research on google. First I learned that the model of fridge we own is like the worst fridge ever made. There is a whole buyer beware page dedicated to trashing it. So that made me feel good about buying this thing. Anyway, my inital research lead me to the conclusion that the motherboard was bad. Apparently there was a recall a few years ago. I guess GE never let the consumers know. I had registered my fridge when we first bought it and never heard a peep from GE. Thanks GE. Very stand up of you. So I ordered the motherboard on Amazon for about $100 and it came quickly, best deal on the net. I repaced it easily. Held my breath.. plugged it in and it never cooled down. Also the clicking was still happening every few seconds. I waited the 24 hours per the owners manual and no dice. I was like...SH*&! Went back to google.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mister Ed on November 9, 2011
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A few months ago, my 2005 GE Profile french-door, bottom-freezer unit started making a lot of noise which seemed to originate from the compressor unit. After some trouble-shooting, I concluded the loud snapping noise came from the start relay which was attached to the compressor. So I ordered the relay from this reseller and the part was delivered within 3-days. I replaced the relay, plugged in the refrigerator and the compressor started softly humming again. Thank you!
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