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Samsung Refrigerator Model RS2530BBP Parts

Samsung Refrigerator Model RS2530BBP Parts
Brand:Samsung
Model:RS2530BBP
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System Dispensing System

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Water filter replacement reduces contaminants in drinking water including lead, mercury, and chlorine. This filter not only reduces bad taste and odor but also fights lime scale buildup. Replace filter every 6 months or 300 gallons for optimal performance.

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Refrigerator fan blade. If the refrigerator is not cooling properly then the fan motors should be checked to see if they are running. If so, the fan blades should be inspected for damage.

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$25.73

Refrigerator defrost temperature sensor. The defrost sensor monitors the temperature of the evaporator. The defrost sensor has a fuse to back up the sensor in case the sensor fails. If the defrost sensor fuse blows, the refrigerator's defrost system will not work.

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Condenser fan motor includes motor mounted to the motor bracket and wire harness. The condenser fan motor draws air though the condenser coils and over the compressor. If the condenser fan motor is not working properly, the refrigerator won’t cool properly.

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Samsung Refrigerator Model RS2530BBP Parts

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