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Samsung Refrigerator Model RS265TDRS Parts

Samsung Refrigerator Model RS265TDRS Parts
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System Dispensing System

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Water filter reduces 99% of contaminants in drinking water including chlorine, lead, and asbestos . Replace filter every 6 months or 300 gallons for optimal performance.


Refrigerator evaporator fan motor. The evaporator fan motor draws air over the evaporator (cooling) coils and circulates the cold air through the refrigerator and freezer compartments. When the evaporator fan motor fails, it often generates a lot of noise in the freezer area.


Refrigerator water inlet valve assembly. If your refrigerator's water dispenser or ice maker isn't working, the water inlet valve might be defective.


Refrigerator defrost heater and thermostat kit. If the refrigerator won’t defrost, the refrigerator section may not cool properly. The heater and thermostat can be tested to determine if either part has failed. If not, the defrost control is likely defective.


Ice maker assembly, 12 wire electrical connection. *Please check the wire connection on ice maker being replaced. If it has 10 pin connector see related 10 pin connector ice maker. This is a refurbished by Samsung icemaker.


Samsung Refrigerator Model RS265TDRS Parts

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