Model #10653534300 KENMORE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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front cover of the water dispenser model 106.53534300

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Thank you for choosing Sears Parts Direct. I will be more than happy to help with your refrigerator. Upon researching model 106.53534300; unplug the refrigerator power cord to start, to remove the front cover, grab the bottom of the dispenser cover and pull it out. Once the cover is pulled from the bottom it will snap out, lift it up to remove it off the tabs that hold it in place.

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CarlosZ -
Sears Technician
June 04, 2015
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how do I install garage kit for refrigertor model 10653534300 106.53534300

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Hello glad to help.  Thank You for choosing Sears PartsDirect.com
 
I am sorry and do understand your frustration when needing information on parts.
 
Glad to help out.   Im  looking at your Kenmore Refrigerator model number 10653534300.


You need to take the knobs off the control box.  Remove the control box panel.  Unscrew the screws holding the control box itself.   

The thermostat is key number 9 and the garage kit will slide onto the thermostat pole.

picture of the control box parts model 106.53534300

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Larry L -
Sears Technician
April 16, 2014
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Refrigerator was off. It is now back on, and not cooling. 106.53534300

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 Hello glad to help.  Thank You for choosing Sears PartsDirect.com

 I am sorry and do understand your frustration when having trouble with the refrigerator.   Especially right after a vacation.

Glad to help out.   Im  looking at your model number 106.53534300.

 Sorry much about your refrigerator.   You said the door may of been ajar?   First thing to look at is the motors running and you said they are.   Secondly is the door seal.   When you open or close the door, is there that sound and or feel of that tight seal?  If the door was left open, it sounds too that your overload/relay starter has burnt out.  It is the electrical parts of the compressor on the back side. 

Instructions to test overload/relay.

1.  Before doing this make sure the refrigerator is unplugged or turned off at the breakers.

2.   On this model there is a capacitor.  It will need to be discharged prior to the work.  Need to take a 20 amp wire wound resistor "availabe at most specialty electronic stores"  Touch the leads of the resistor to the terminals of the capacitor because this will remove the retained voltage and eliminate the risk of backcurrent shock.

3.   Remove the cover on the compressor relay box which is usually just held on by clips.  The relay is the largest component and wiill either be wirewound or solid state.  If it is a solid state then will require a professional to test it.    If it is a wirewound relay, pull it right off the compressor.

 4.  Use a needlenose pliers to remove the connectoroff the relays terminal.  Be sure to pullit off by getting a hold of the connector and not of the wire.  Check the wire connector for any signs of corrosion.

5.   Clean off the relay.  You can or should see 2 plug-type terminals marked "S" and "M".

6.  Set the multitester to read ohms.  Usually x1 or rx1 setting.  Put the relay on a flat surface so that the s and m terminals are at the bottom.

 7.  insert one prome on the "S" and one on the "M" terminal.  The tester should read 0 ohms.  Keeping the probes on the terminals, turn the relay over.  You should be hearing an audible click.  and the tester's reading should chage from the 0 to infinity.

8.   Turn the relay back over.  Touch one probe to the S terminal and the other probe to the L terminal.  Tester should read 0 ohms.  Turn it over again while the probes are still on the terminals and the tester should read infinity.

9.  Turn the relay back over please.  Now touch one probe to the M terminal and the other to the L terminal.  Tester should again read 0 ohms.  Turn the relay over with the probes in place and the testers reading shouldn't change.  It will remain at 0 ohms.

 10.  If the relay passes these tests.   Then the relay is not the problem.  But if any one of the tests fail the it is and will need to be replaced.

11.  Return everything to its original place.   Be sure to remove the 20-ohm resistor from the capacitor before plugging it back in.

I know it sounds like lots of work.   Im sure though it is a great probability to be the problem.

overload relay for model 106.53534300

Just to let you know also because if you need a new water filter the cost will be at a 10 percent discount if you need to order one along with the overload/relay starter combination.

water filter for model 106.53534300 

 If you have further questions please let me know.

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Larry L -
Sears Technician
August 29, 2013

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