Kenmore Refrigerator Control Board Repair
This is a repair service for a Kenmore refrigerator control board, part number W10219462 or W10219463 that is having problems with the evaporator fan, condenser fan, and/or cooling fan. This problem can sometimes cause the control board to beep.
NOTE: If any of the following conditions exist, you will need to use our exchange service. Your current control board will still qualify for a refund of the core deposit, but it will not qualify for the standard repair service:
- There has been a prior repair attempt on the circuit board
- You have been informed by another company that you have a faulty microprocessor
- The freezer does not enter into an automatic defrost mode
- The interior lights turn off 3 seconds after powering on the refrigerator with the doors open
Please contact us at 800-547-2049 if you have any questions. This will allow us to help you with the appropriate repair for your control board.
The W10219462 replaced the following part numbers:
The W10219463 replaced the following part numbers:
If you have one of the above boards this repair applies to your board as well.
This is a repair service for a KitchenAid refrigerator control board. http://circuitboardmedics.com/kitchenaid-refrigerator-control-board-repair-W10219462-W10219463/ Common parts numbers are W10219462 or W10219463. These can have problems with the evaporator fan, condenser fan, and/or cooling fan. This problem can sometimes cause the control board or refrigerator to beep. These control boards fit into both KitchenAid and Whirlpool refrigerators and are no longer being manufactured. Common Part Numbers: W10219462 AP4429562 W10121049 2304135 PS2360722 W10219463 2307028R W10185291 2307005 2307028 2303934 2223443 2252111
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Our no-hassle warranty covers your repair for a full two years. If the repair fails anytime within 2 years, we will repair the item again. In the rare occasion that the item is not repairable, we will either replace the circuit board entirely or refund the cost of the repair, at our discretion. See Details...