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CLOSURE
PartSelect Number PS463279
Manufacturer Part Number 5303301247
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FAN BLADE
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PartSelect Number PS2364358
Manufacturer Part Number 5304472356
This part is a fan blade manufactured to fit on the condenser motor shaft of an air conditioner. The function of this part is to circulate air over the condenser to cool the refrigerant before it enters the evaporator. Be sure to disconnect the power to the air conditioner before doing this repair to ensure the fan does not engage while being replaced. It is recommended to check the fan motor while the fan blade is off. This is an authentic OEM part that is sourced from the genuine manufacturer.
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Fan Blade
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PartSelect Number PS819849
Manufacturer Part Number 309651003
This is a fan blade and it is made for an air conditioner unit, it may also be known as a room condenser fan. The blade is black and has a roughly 13-inch outer diameter. The function of this piece is to blow air over the condenser, which will cool the refrigerant and eventually cool the area. The tools you will need to make this repair include a pair of pliers, a screwdriver set, and a socket set. Before making this repair, make sure to unplug your air conditioning unit.
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James from Canyon, TX
condenser fan broken
pulled the cover off a/c, removed shroud covering fan. replaced the fan, reassembled a/c. works great.ty Read more...
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FILTER-AIR
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PartSelect Number PS16221607
Manufacturer Part Number 5304525572
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Evaporator Thermistor Sensor
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PartSelect Number PS2359468
Manufacturer Part Number 5304471383
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FILTER-AIR
PartSelect Number PS16221570
Manufacturer Part Number 5304525534
This is an air filter for air conditioners and is used to ensure that dirt, dust, and different particles do not spread in the air of your room or home. It purifies and filters debris for cleaner and healthier air. When the filter does this it gets filled with dirty particles and it can affect the efficiency of the air conditioner. If the air filter is not changed, then air flow will decrease and it can start to spread polluted, dirty air. By replacing this part, issues of air flow are solved. This part is 1 x 18 x 22 inches long and it weighs 3.2 ounces. For safety reasons, make sure to turn off air conditioner before beginning this installation project.
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Ice Container
PartSelect Number PS457569
Manufacturer Part Number 5303212918
This ice container is white in color and made of plastic. This part lays flat inside the freezer compartment. The container is approximately 13 inches front to back, 10 inches side-to-side, and 5 inches deep, weighing 2 lbs. The ice container holds the ice in the freezer section for dispensing. Due to the frigid temperatures of your freezer, plastic can break and crack over time and will need to be replaced. This is an OEM part that is sourced right from the manufacturer, ensuring the best possible quality.
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BRACKET
PartSelect Number PS2364362
Manufacturer Part Number 5304472360
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HARDWARE
PartSelect Number PS2582303
Manufacturer Part Number 5304476266
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CAPACITOR
PartSelect Number PS2364538
Manufacturer Part Number 5304472609
Installation Instructions
Christopher from Salisbury, NC
The seals on the doors were shot so the refigerader was sweeting.
I started with the freezer door. I lifted the old gasket from the inside edge to get to the hex head screws that attach the plastic inside liner to the outer door. I did not need to start at any one point so I picked a screw and removed it then I worked my way around the door. I was careful to not drop the liner when I removed the last screw. I removed the liner and pulled the old seal out of its seating grove and replaced it with the new seal. Then I used a hair dryer to fix a few places where the seal was deformed from the packing. The heat helped to get the magnetic seal back into the correct shape. I only had one corner to fix the rest of the seal was fine right out of the box. I applyed a little sealer just as the instruction said to do and then reinstalled the linner and new seal. Then I went through the same process for the refrigerator door. Not a hard job just a lot of screws to remove and then put back. The seal its self took about five minutes. Thanks for the parts!

Chris
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