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Hello Peter, firstly can you indicate the PNC (Product code) of the appliance.. ?
Second, can you possibly post an image of your described inline thermistor?
Thanks for the detail and description..
I am currently trying to identify the item from the documents I have.
Can you tell me; the wires that were connected to the item went to where?
Did the object that fell apart originally look like this?
Is this it?
That is the Fan Motor Thermal Cut-out.. Its purpose is to control the cooling fan..
The part number for it is(###) ###-####and you can purchase it from the following link:
Fan Motor Thermal Cut-out(###) ###-####/a>
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You could do.. but first use a multimeter to ensure that the fan is not short circuited
Any resistance above 1.00 should allow you to safely test the fan
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You should be able to test the fan with power if you have 200ohms.. Let me know how you get on.
How did the power test go?