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 Posted: Sun Jun 26th, 2005 12:26 am
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Two of three parts replaced would give a 66 2/3% probability it is fixed, 33 1/3% it is not...



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lol that works for me!!!!

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The fridge is starting to feel warmer but still keeping the food cold. It's not working as well as it was , I think...It could be in my head though....what next? How much would a defrost timer be and how hard is it to replace? Thanks for all the help by the way to everyone.

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The defrost timer is reference # 257 in the control area in the food side and should cost less than $30.00.




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