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Damper/install Kit

Part Number: AP4070747
MFG Part Number: 61002092
Made by: Whirlpool
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Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Damper & Related.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 61002092 (AP4070747) replaces 61002093, 61002095, 664037, AH2057951, EA2057951, PS2057951.

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I am getting moisture (condensation) in the fresh food area (ziplock-tupperware lids, etc.). I checked the seals and they all look good. I put a thermometer inside the meat/cheese drawer. The temperature is constant ranging from 32-33F inside the fresh food area. The freezer is cold and the ice maker is working, however, I have noticed a cluster of ice cubes forming towards the far left area of the tray (5-6 cubes semi melted and stuck together). I've tried to adjust the settings. What could be wrong? I cannot get rid of the sweating inside the lower compartment.

Alan for Model Number MTB1956BE


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Hello, This is a question about the damper. I have to pull apart my fridge today to find where and why water was leaking inside the fridge. I already new it was coming from the freezer area at least. Anyway, I think I got that issue fixed. Now, the damper part. I noticed that there is a door that is to open and close depending on what number I set the fridge side of cooling. After sliding the adjuster back and forth, I did not see the damper door close at all. I noticed that on the mechanical part there is a stick thing that seems to be spring loaded and it's pushing the door open. Why is it that when I slide the adjuster, the damper does not seem to work (open/close door) Also, why is it that there's only a little bit of air that comes from the freezer to cool the fridge?

James S. for Model Number MTB2456AE


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I have water accumulating under the crispers. Drain lines are clear. Could this mean I need a new damper kit?

Dennis C. for Model Number MTB 2456 DEW


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