Make sure the entire evaporator coil is free of frost and ice, then you will have lots of air coming into the refrigerator section.md49 said:I managed to get the damper door and spring installed. I replaced the evaporator fan.
The airflow into the refrigerator isn't as great as it was two weeks ago. The air coming into the refrigerator feels much warmer than the air in the freezer. There is no blockage.
I verified that the damper door was open before I put everything together.
What can be causing the loss of airflow?
Hi,philcox2 said:I am facing the same issue with a MSD2656DE. Would it be a safe bet to go ahead and replace the defrost board to see if this correct the problem?
**What is #8 in this diagram?**
Air damper control.
**The post sticking out of this piece is what opens & closes the flap. How do you get the post to retract?**
I usually remove the screws holding the control to the plastic housing to leave some slack to get the door and spting back into place.
Hey Jake, I looked for the part number on the site you have listed for my Jenn Air and it lists this same board. However, mine's not in a self-contained unit. I had to pull the entire top piece down and the board sits in generally the same location you've been speaking of, but covered by the plastic that is all one piece for the entire top assembly. Any suggestions on part number?Jake said: