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Refrigerator wirpool. Ispracontrols 08032407R5 T55. Often for some seconds it a click click click hears itself that it comes from the elettronoc controls Ispracontrols, the same noise hears when is pressed the button for the water. The lamp of the low temperature is always in function and the part dosen't help!!

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