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Diffuser

Part Number: AP3046080
MFG Part Number: 2209751
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 2209751 (AP3046080) replaces 2161467, 827263, AH332208, EA332208, PS332208.

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My air diffuser freezes up enough to make ice that builds up inside and outside the cover. And my fridge makes noise when it runs. Could it be that my diffuser went bad ?

Jean for Model Number KSRB25FKSS04

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I have been having a problem with my Kenmore elite model 106 50599003 fridge. First it would work for a while than warm up (freezer to 30-35 deg F) fridge to 40-45 deg F. If I taped the freezer thermostat part # 2203252 the fridge would start working again. (2-3 times a day) I checked the damper between the fridge and freezer and it was working than. I changed 2203252 and now the damper part # 2209751 is not working. Is there anything that could be creating these problems, or could it just be the damper gone now.

Kevin for Model Number 10650599003

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Regarding the replacement the diffuser, I haven't removed the old one yet, nor have I received the new part I ordered to look at it. Are there tabs extending into the freezer section that need to be pushed in while I try to remove it off the wall of the refrigerator, (meaning do I have to remove panels in the freezer too?), in order for the diffuser to come out? Or is it just stuck to the refrigerator side wall with some type of adhesive behind the Styrofoam?

Phil for Model Number 10650592000

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About a month ago I noticed my freezer was frosted over pretty good and I did not do anything about it at the time. I recently realized that the fridge side was not holding temperature below 42 degrees. I read about similar problems in previously asked questions and I removed the difusser housing and maually opened the diffuser, I guess I will find out in the morning if that was the problem. If so do I just replace the flap mechanism from the fidge side or is there something on the freezer side that needs to be replaced? Also, what would cause my freezer to frost up like it did before everything else happened?

Mario for Model Number KSSC48QMS 02

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The evaporator fan motor inside my freezer section only blows cold air into the refrigerator section through the air diffuser up in the top left section of my refrigerator when the freezer door is open.It dosent blow much air with the freezer door closed.The fridge is not getting cold only 40 deg.Its a kitchen aide KSRS25ILSS03.

John for Model Number KSRS25ILSS03

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No cold air coming into fridge from freezer. Control unit in fridge seems to have a closed valve leading to freezer. I removed the wire cover and protective cover, cant't figure out how to get the unit off refridgerator wall.

Rich for Model Number KSRX25FSBL01

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