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I require a wiring dia for kelvinator N395BGWH no frost model

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replacing components and want to check existing wiring to eliminate fault

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What is the fault you are trying to eliminate? There is a possibility that the fault is other than in the wiring. Check on the back of the unit as wiring diagrams are sometimes attached to the back wall of the refrigerator.

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