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It is the part # 2315515. It is a motororized contraption that opens and closes the baffle to let the freezer air into the refrigerator. It is one part. Mine shut closed. I removed the whole thing in hopes I can do without it. It will be a trickey proposition getting the freezer temp adjusted just right enough to keep the fridge just right enough. The repair man said they are seeing alot of these right about now. They don't make em like they used to.
I'm absolutely no expert, but I just had a repair person come diagnose my Kenmore Elite control board as being bad. Rather than testing the board, he tested the other components related to my problem (fridge wasn't auto-defrosting), and since the other parts tested okay, he said it had to be my control board.
I resolved the problem on my Kenmore Elite model 106.55616400 by removing the drip tray, taking out two screws that hold the panel, and disconnecting and reconnecting the wires from the panel to the board. Unplugging the refrigerator did not work.