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Refrigerator damper control assembly with seal. The air damper control opens and closes to let the proper amount of cold air into the refrigerator compartment.

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$80.97

Air damper control assembly *Please call with model and serial number to verify correct part.

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$133.32

Refrigerator air inlet cover/damper kit with fan motor. Damper and fan assembly have been updated to prevent freezing food in the refrigerator.

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$132.56

Refrigerator air diffuser assembly. This part allows cold air from the freezer to enter the refrigerator compartment. If the refrigerator side freezes food then the air diffuser could be stuck open. If the refrigerator side is too warm then this item could be stuck closed.

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Air damper control from freezer to refrigerator

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Quality Refrigerator Replacement Parts From Repair Clinic

The first self-contained home refrigerator, with a compressor located at the bottom of appliance, was invented in 1916. Within two years, this product was being mass produced by the Frigidaire company and has remained an indispensable part of our kitchens ever since. Being able to preserve our food and keep our beverages cold with such ease now seems like a constitutional right, but regular maintenance and the occasional repair will always be necessary to keep a refrigerator cooling as expected. To properly troubleshoot the causes for why a refrigerator would stop cooling, it’s a good idea to understand how a refrigerator works.

Once you’ve determined that it’s a defective heater, thermostat, timer, or control board that has caused your refrigerator’s defrost system to fail, you’ll need to find the specific part that matches your model. That’s where Repair Clinic can help. Enter the full model number of the refrigerator in the Repair Clinic website search bar for a complete list of compatible parts. Use the “Part Category” filter (“Heating Element”) and “Part Title” filter (“Defrost Heater Assembly”) to narrow the list down to ID the exact part that fits your fridge. While Repair Clinic stocks parts for all the top brands in refrigeration, including WhirlpoolGEKenmoreLGSamsungFrigidaire, and Amana, entering the full model number of your refrigerator will ensure you find the right matching part.

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