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Need to find a parts breakdown list for this small apartment size refrig.

 

Conservator by CROSLEY

Mod# CR09FFW

Ser# DT134726

 

I haven't seen it yet, got the mod/ser over phone.  I'm quite sure the model number is correct as I have found other questions referencing it in Google search, but there were not any answers to the questions.

 

I'm pretty sure this is one of those foreign units like the small Magic Chef units made in China and branded for whoever wants them.

 

I couldn't find any reference with this model number at any of the 14 sites I use for parts look-up.

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got a  service manual in my hand..........Model# CR09FFW2 and CR09FFA2...........I can take a picture of the page you need and post it.... :thumbsup: .......

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Thanks for the offer of assistance but I ended up not needing it.

 

This little unit is made by GE and it ended up being a defrost timer(hung up/not advancing) and the top of the defrost t-stat was popped up and out but hadn't broken the wires loose yet, I had both parts in stock on my truck so didn't need to do any research or search for part #'s

 

Does the service manual have an actual parts break down with part#'s?   That's all I was really needing - I can't recall every seeing a service manual that had part# break downs in it.

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Cabinet Parts....Defrost control..P/N 162D6022P006........................Low Unit Assy.........Thermostat defrost...P/N   238C1015P002...........................Is what the book sez.........................I replaced the evap. motor on two units and the parts came from 'Mabe Refrigerators'.........( Mabe they work and Mabe they won't).....

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Strange part#'s that I didn't recognize until I looked at the other numbers on the defrost timer.

 

P/N 162D6022P006 is printed on the timer along with the GE part# WR09x483 which I used to cross reference that this was a 10hr/30min timer and subed a Frigidaire 215846606 10hr/30min timer that I had in stock.

 

The Defrost t-stat just had the L60-32 markings, the WR50x60 that I had in stock had the exact same rating numbers.

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