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Light Bulb - 7W
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Replacing your Amana Refrigerator Light Bulb - 7W
Marked all the wires for the door switch, bulb socket and sensor and unplugged.
Removed the barrel hanger (four hex screws two each side).
Cleaned and vacuumed internals.
Removed the front hanger and barrell.
Started with rear rollers, removed old rollers and washers.
Using 1/2" box end wrench loosened roller shaft nuts on rear of bracket.
Installed in reverse shafts, washers, rollers, snap rings.
Installed new theromstat on new element,
Removed screws from old element.
Swapped wires from one post on old element to new. Installed new element.
Reinstalled barrell, and front hanger.
Realigned new belt, making sure all clearences around idler pulley.
Free wheeled barrel, no binding.
Re-attached sensor and switch leads.
Plugged in and tested successful.
Took two hours and three beers.
Parts Select was really easy to deal with the parts came really really fast. Had my machine fixed in no time. Thanks Parts select.
I removed the tension from the belt by pulling it away from the spring and then slipped the belt off the motor. I then removed the drum from the dryer to get to the idler arm assy.
The trickest part of this repair was putting a box wrench on the nut on the motor side of the frame. I found a 3/8" box wrench with an angled handle that worked well. I then used a 7/16" socket on the other side of the idler arm base and removed the bolt. I was careful to note the position of the tension spring so that I could put it back together correctly. I then put the new idler arm assy in place with the bolt through the frame but had some trouble keeping the nut in the box wrench. I ended up using a bit of chewing gum to keep the nut in the box wrench long enough to get it threaded!
From there it was a cinch - just put the belt back around the drum, the idler wheel and then pulled up on the arm while I slipped the belt over the motor. No more screeching!
The evaporator unit was frozen in a block of ice. I removed all food contents from both the freezer and the refrigerator, moving them to a back-up refrigerator. I then allowed the radiator to thaw completely overnight. Upon restarting the unit it became cold within an hour thus I new the compressor was fine. I surmised it must be a defrost issue. I then unconnected the defrost heater and thermostat assembly. The device was easy to remove. I then routed the wire of the new assembly on the side of the evaporator unit and clipped the thermostat back onto the cooper feed, plugged the unit into the connection. Next I turned my attention to replacing the adaptive defrost timer. In the top of the refrigerator compartment, I removed the plastic shroud, by sliding back and pushing the plastic clips in. I took out 4 screws holding the unit to the ceiling of the refrigerator. Slowly lowering this, I could see the adaptive defrost timer in the right rear corner. I simply unplugged the unit and replaced with a new unit. I replaced both items although I am unsure which was not working. Refrigerator is working fine now.
Manufacturer Part Number: W10857122
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