Model #10654382300 KENMORE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Where is the defrost timer located? 10654382300 Kenmore Refrigerator

A:

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I did look into the model number you have provided, and I do apologize I am not seeing a defrost timer located in this unit. I see the heater and bi-metal. The defrost maybe controlled by the control board.

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HFederico -
Sears Technician
October 28, 2014
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Why does ice keep building up on the freezer bottom (fridge's been defrosted)?

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If the freezer floor is icing up, it's usually because the drain is clogged or water is leaking at the icemaker but the most common reason will be the drain. To check the drain, the shelves will have to be taken out, so the back panel in the freezer can be removed. With the panel out, you will be able to see the drain pan under the evaporator. It will probably be full of ice, which will need to be taken out. With the ice out, you will have access to the drain hole. Use hot water to clean the drain hole.

The water dispenser may not be working due to the water valve, the reservoir or the water tubing in the door could be frozen. A good check for this will be to disconnect the water fitting under the freezer door (some water will leak out). Now activate the water lever and if water comes out under pressure, it indicates the water tube in the door is frozen. The water tube in the door can freeze, if the freezer temperature gets too cold (below zero degrees). It will also freeze, if there is a gap in the door insulation. If no water comes out, it will need to be checked at the water valve. First disconnect power to the unit. Now take the water line loose from the valve that goes into the cabinet. Reconnect power and activate the dispenser lever. If water comes out of the valve under pressure, it indicates the reservoir is frozen. If no water comes out, the water valve will need to be replaced. A technician may be needed to make these checks. If you need more assistance, you can resubmit your question with more details.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
October 15, 2009
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THE REFRIG. HAS BEEN TURNED OFF FOR TWO DAYS - ANYTHING ELSE WE SHOULD DO BEFORE PLUGGING IT BACK INTO THE ELECTRICITY . TRUSTING THE FROZEN DRAIN IS FINE NOW?

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Anonymous -
April 29, 2012
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fridge dimensions

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Understanding the dimensions of an appliance can be helpful whether comparison shopping or remodeling. While you wait for the expert, you can check a web site I found and attached below that will show you how to get the information no mater what fridge you have. Hope this helps!

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Barbara H. -
February 20, 2011
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The model number indicates that the refrigerator is a 23 cu. ft. size. The approximate dimensions should be:

  • Width: 32 5/8"

  • Height with hinge: 69 3/8"

  • Depth with handle: 33 3/4"

If you need more help, let us know.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
February 22, 2011
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