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  1. Okay, I'm being (just a tiny bit) cheeky about annihilating my refrigerator. I'm not far off though, this thing (as many will already know) is a nightmare. It hasn't shattered my pelvis, as I understand my Samsung washer has been known to do to some people, but that would really be the icing on the cake. All I really need to know is this (TL;DR in bold type): When defrosting my ice maker (I'm just waiting on the silicone) for the 5,042nd time this year, apparently a small piece broke off of the cowling for the auger motor. It was a small white plastic piece that protrudes into the ice tray. Research leads me to believe this is the ice maker temperature sensor (which, I believe would be part 23-3 on the parts list). My question is: Can I just replace the sensor, and the cowling on the motor, or will I really have to buy the entire ($180) assembly? The motor works fine, the ice maker is making ice, but not ejecting it. It is not jammed, or anything like that. I'd even consider gluing the piece back on, but I don't know where it went. I found it in a drink after unjamming it from the ice crusher and didn't know where it came from at the time.
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  3. Viking RDDFF236 Refrigerator Service Manual View File PUB SMR-0023 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 05/21/2019 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  4. Whirlpool Refrigerator Installation Instructions For 482493 Defrost Timer Kit Rev R View File PUB 482494 Rev. R 8/97 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 04/15/2019 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  5. Would like to have the tech data & service manual for this GE refrigerator. Thanks!
  6. I need the service manual for a samsung rf263aers refrigerator if anyone has it please. I searched downloads and forums and could not find any similar models to apply to this model. Thanks in advance.. Dave
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