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Part Number – 297250000
This evaporator fan motor is 115 volts and is located in the back of the freezer section of your refrigerator. Note: The evaporator motor does not come with a fan. You will need to transfer the fan from your old evaporator motor shaft to the new motor shaft. This part is used to circulate air over the freezer coils which converts the heat from the coils into cold air that is then circulated throughout the refrigerator by the spinning fan blade. Common complaints of a bad evaporator fan motor are, noises from the freezer, fridge is warm, freezer is warm. Please remember to unplug your appliance before making this repair.
Part Number – 5304464438
This run capacitor is located on the side of the refrigerator compressor. It is used to help the compressor kick on and off keeping the refrigerator and freezer compartments at a constant ideal temperature. If the run capacitor is bad you might notice the fridge is warm, freezer is warm, fridge is noisy or the compressor will not kick on. Please remember to unplug your appliance before attempting to repair it.
Part Number – 5303918774
Replacement condenser fan motor parts kit, comes with the condenser fan motor, a new mounting bracket, fan blade, two screws and foam tape. The condenser fan motor is located in the back of the refrigerator at the bottom of the unit. It is used to move air across the condenser and the compressor to help them keep cool. The most common symptoms of a bad condenser fan motor are, compressor runs hot, condenser is hot, refrigerator won’t get cold. Please be sure to use your model number on your refrigerator when ordering this motor to ensure that this is the correct part for your specific appliance. Always unplug or disconnect the electrical power source to the fridge before attempting to repair it.
Part Number – IM116000
Replacement icemaker kit is used on many models of Frigidaire refrigerators manufactured from 2001 to the present. This ice maker kit included the following parts, the icemaker with an (8) crescent shape ice cube mold/tray, inlet water valve, a white ice bucket, water fill tube harness, hardware for mounting and installation instructions to complete the repair. Please enter your model number to insure that this part will work on your particular model. Always unplug or disconnect the electrical power source to the fridge before attempting to replace any parts.
Part Number – 216730700
The heater is used to heat the evaporator during the defrost cycle. The heater is mounted at the bottom of the evaporator in the freezer compartment. When replacing the defrost heater the thermostat should be replaced as well. The most common symptoms of a heater that has failed are, the fridge is warm, the freezer is warm, the fridge/freezer does not defrost, no ice cubes are being produced. Please remember to unplug the appliance before replacing any parts.
Part Number – 297216600
This defrost thermostat is located on the back wall of the freezer compartment of the refrigerator. The defrost thermostat is used to control the temperature rise in the freezer section during the defrost cycle. If you have noticed your refrigerator or freezer is too warm, too cold, frost building up or the unit is not running, you may need to replace this part. Remember to unplug your appliance before making this repair. Please use your model number to insure that these are the correct replacement parts for your specific refrigerator model.
Part Number – 218470300
This water inlet valve comes with a mounting bracket and is located on the back of the refrigerator on the bottom. The water valve is used to supply water for the ice maker. Some common symptoms that this part has failed are, the icemaker is not making ice, the icemaker tray won’t fill with water. Be sure to unplug your fridge and turn the water source off before replacing this part.
Part Number – 241798231
This ice maker mounts on the wall in the freezer section of the refrigerator. The icemaker comes with the wire harness and cover and has an (8) radius ice cube mold/tray. Please use your model number to insure that this icemaker is the correct replacement for your particular fridge and always remember to unplug your appliance before attempting to replace any parts.
Part Number – 297286803
This run capacitor is 120 volts 15 mfd, the capacitor is located on the refrigerator compressor. This part is used to help the compressor to kick on and off keeping the refrigerator and freezer compartments at an ideal temperature. If the run capacitor has failed, you might notice that the refrigerator is warm, freezer is warm, fridge is noisy or the compressor won’t start. remember to unplug your appliance before making this repair. Please use your model number to insure that these are the correct replacement parts for your specific model.
Part Number – 5308000010
The evaporator fan blade is used in conjunction with the evaporator motor. If you have noticed that your refrigerator is warm or chirping or squalling noises coming from the freezer section this part may need to be replaced. Please remember to unplug or disconnect the electrical power source to the appliance before replacing this part.
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