I'll tell you what I did. I took the door off, removed the inner door and gasket, pulled the wire from the bottom until it broke off. I then removed the foam at the top on the backside of the temperature/digital housing. I disconnected the harness connector. I re-wired from the connector down to the door corner using the same harnes under the freezer, pushing a hole through the insulation to get wire back to lower corner of the door. The upper foam was pushed back in a taped. I then taped the wire on the backside of the door and re-installed. I rewired this because when I opened the freezer door, the compressor would cut on and off. Once plugged back in, I found another wiring problem, the yellow wire from the same harness that plugs in close to the compressor was pulled out. I pushed the wire back in the connector, glued, then connected the harness. It now runs properly. Sounds like a lot of work and it was. Just plan on using up a Saturday doing this while watching your favorite college ball game. I just wished I had taken photos of this just to show Kenmore what it takes to repair this after the warranty goes out a year later. BTW, you can't buy the harness.