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Air Baffle Assembly

Part Number: AP2987981
MFG Part Number: 2004484
Made by: Whirlpool

Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 2004484 (AP2987981) replaces 2000343, 432632, AH321610, EA321610, PS321610.

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Hi, I read the answers about the Kitchen Aid/Whirlpool air baffles. My baffle is not working correctly, same scenario where frig is colder than freezer but my part number is 2208904. This part is no longer available. Is there any way to fix it? Will 2004484 fit in my model KSSS48QJT00? or any other part and do the same thing? Thank you!

Laurie P for Model Number KSSS48QJT00


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What does the damper/gear assy OEM do?

Roseda for Model Number MBB2256GES


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The refrigerator side is too cool. Pulled out the thermister and it tested 2.5k ohm at room temp. Dropped to ~1.8K after a few minutes when holding between my fingers. So it drop when warmed? Is this the correct range? Also unscrewed the refrigerator baffle. while the fridge was running. After a few minutes the door closed and while reassembling it opened. How do I tell if it's operating correctly? All suggestions appreciated. Thanks

Mark for Model Number KSSS42DBW00


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I have ordered part 2004484, The part looks almost exactly like the old one except the connector is wrong. . Further info on my situation might be helpful as well. My current baffle damper is in constant motion and the refrig is generally too cold. I took a guess the the baffle assembly was the problem but I think it could also be the unit that tells the baffle to open or close.

Frank for Model Number KSSS42MBX01


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I have a Kitchenaid 42" side by side. freezer holds temp at 0 to -10, but the refrig. side can range from 22 to almost 60 degrees. Could this be the temp control unit going bad or the air baffle assembly?

Bob for Model Number Kitchenaid KSSS42MDX05


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