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Duct Air Return Assembly Ff

Part Number: AP2060955
MFG Part Number: WR2X9431
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Air Duct Or Vent.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WR2X9431 (AP2060955) replaces 299476, AH299818, EA299818, PS299818, WR02X9431.

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I am replacing the heater harness def asm and have a piece called the air duct that snaps on beneath the fan and I am not sure what it does as it tends to snap off easily. Do I need to keep this plate on? Thanks.

Robert O. for Model Number GE Model# GSS22WGPA CC

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Replaced both the defrost unit and defrost timer and all was well. However, I had left the entire control unit loose in the fridge (in case it didn't work). A couple of weeks later, I stuck the styrofoam piece back into it's socket and put the face plate back on. Now it has quit functioning properly again. So, does it have something to do with the styrofoam or maybe some kind of loose connection in the temp control unit? Does cold air from the freezer come thru this styrofoam area? If so, does a problem with the air return duct come into play? I have looked at it, can see no problems, can it be removed and checked? thxs for your help, Jim

Jim for Model Number tfxz6zpdabb

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Replaced both the defrost unit and defrost timer and all was well. However, I had left the entire control unit loose in the fridge (in case it didn't work). A couple of weeks later, I stuck the styrofoam piece back into it's socket and put the face plate back on. Now it has quit functioning properly again. So, does it have something to do with the styrofoam or maybe some kind of loose connection in the temp control unit? Does cold air from the freezer come thru this styrofoam area? If so, does a problem with the air return duct come into play? I have looked at it, can see no problems, can it be removed and checked? thxs for your help, Jim

Jim for Model Number tfxz6zpdabb

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