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Kelvinator Freezer Door Gasket
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29 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS11770643
Manufacturer Part Number 5304507199
This gasket is used to seal the freezer door when closed to keep the cool air inside and the warm temperature surrounding the freezer from getting in. It is white in color. If you notice that your freezer is not shutting with ease, is not maintaining your desired temperature, or there is frost build up, it could be due to the door gasket being damaged. You might also notice that there is a leak coming from the door and this could also be caused by the gasket being worn, damaged, or no longer aligned properly. You will need to remove the existing screws before installing the gasket.
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  • Doesn’t stop running
  • Frost buildup
  • Too warm
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CHARLOTTE from SEDALIA, MO
replacement freezer keys
I accidently threw away both freezer keys to our upright Gibson and G.E. Freezers!!!! I had no luck finding replacements locally, so I got on the internet and came across PartSelect.com. I called them on the telephone; and after giving the model numbers of my freezers, the keys were on their way!! I received the keys very quickly and both worked perfectly. I would highly recommend Partselect.com. Charlotte M. Bishop Read more...
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Kelvinator Freezer Door Key
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23 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS1991481
Manufacturer Part Number 297147700
This freezer door key is designed for use with most upright and chest freezers. It is an authentic OEM replacement part. Your appliance has a lid or door that locks and unlocks, this key controls that function. If your key is lost or damaged this is the replacement you need. Be sure to store this key someplace safe, we also recommend that you store it away from the freezer. This part is made of plastic, is white in color, and it is sold individually.
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Installation Instructions
Thomas from RIXEYVILLE, VA
Gasket old and leaking
This freezer has many screws that hold the cover on the back of the door and assist clamping the edge of the gasket in place. Be sure to just loosen the screws 3/4 the way out, use a flat head screw driver to pry the cover from the door in case over time it is stuck to the door. The new gasket will come in a creative box trying not to kink the gasket itself, but there will be some distortion of the gasket when you get it. Put it in the sun or in hot water. I put it in my dryer for 10 minutes. Remove the old gasket, and start at the top of the door to replace the gasket. TIPS: If the screws are backed out enough, there should not be any problem sliding the back part of the gasket under the cover. When on the sides, do not pull the gasket down to make it easier to slide the gasket underneath the cover. This will distort and lengthen the gasket so it will not fit and thin it out so it will not function well. Once the gasket is in place, tighten the screws being sure to feel along the outside edge of the gasket for any bulging that would indicate that portion of the gasket is NOT under the cover properly. Read more...
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Kelvinator Freezer Defrost Thermostat
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33 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS2350702
Manufacturer Part Number 297216600
This refrigerator defrost thermostat is a genuine OEM part and is sourced directly from the manufacturer. Located on the back wall of the freezer section in the refrigerator, the defrost thermostat is used to regulate the appliances temperature to keep the refrigerator cold and constant. The part is made of plastic, and has a 4 inch terminal on the white lead and a 6 inch terminal on the red lead. A refrigerator defrost thermostat may need to be replaced if the appliance is experiencing temperature related issues such as: too cold, too warm, frost buildup, not running, or running too long.
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  • Doesn’t stop running
  • Freezer not defrosting
  • Freezer section too warm
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Installation Instructions
Roger from Orangevale, CA
freezer would not defrost
My freezer would freeze up and not allow cold air to refrigerator side. First I took off bottom face plate, located the timer on left side bottom, removed the two screws and unpluged the timer. Replaced the timer with new one. Second I removed all food from freezer. Took of back of freezer wall with nut driver. Located the thermostat which was very easy to remove. Just one clip holding thermostat. Unplugged the two wires from the old thermostat and plugged in new wires. Thanks to Partselect.com, the parts were an exact match. Very easy to do. Saved my tons of money. Freezer and refer works like new. Read more...
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Kelvinator Freezer DEFROST TIMER
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14 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS12585793
Manufacturer Part Number 5304518034
This is a 120 volt defrost timer manufactured for refrigerators. The defrost timer manages the automatic defrost systemin the unit. It acts like a clock by switching between activating the cooling cycle and the defrost heater to maintain the set thermostat temperature, preventing the unit from being too warm or cold. The defrost timer may need to be replaced if the fridge will not maintain its temperature or has frost buildup. Depending on the model, it could be located on the rear panel or ceiling of the fresh food compartment. Be sure to disconnect power to the refrigerator before replacing this part.
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  • Doesn’t stop running
  • Fridge too warm
  • Frost buildup
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Installation Instructions
James from Navarre, FL
After getting wiring diagram off internet it was diagnosed as freezer stuck in defrost mode, temp alarm on, but fan running.
Turned gray knob on defrost timer (located bottom left back of freezer) past defrost position to verify compressor would run...it would not, but fan would run. Tested run capacitor...found borderline defective (weak, wrong value ohm meter kick). Just to be sure, removed interior shelves and interior rear and gasket to check heater at 20 ohms as OK and removed thermostat and verified contact closure after exposure in another freezer....re-installed, hooked heater back up and re-installed interior rear panel. Replaced defrost timer by unplugging 4-pin connector, then removed 2 screws that hold it to the bracket. Installed new one in reverse order. Then removed wire bail holding run capacitor to compressor plug assembly, removed run capacitor, plugged in new one. Turned on freezer......now making ice and holding cold temperature and cycling properly between freeze and defrost modes. Two problems made this repair a bit more difficult. This is the second time that defrost timer has failed...only got 3 years from last one. Read more...
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Kelvinator Freezer Run Capacitor - 120V
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16 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS3495561
Manufacturer Part Number 297286803
This part helps the compressor kick on and off while maintaining a constant temperature to keep things frozen in your freezer. The run capacitor is attached to the compressor. This part is 120 volts and 15 mfd. The run capacitor helps the compressor kick on and off while maintaining a constant temperature to keep things frozen in your freezer. If your refrigerator is too warm, will not start, or your freezer section is too warm, you may need to replace this part. This is a genuine OEM part. Please remember to disconnect power to your refrigerator before starting your repair.
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  • Clicking sound
  • Freezer section too warm
  • Fridge and Freezer are too warm
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Installation Instructions
James from Navarre, FL
After getting wiring diagram off internet it was diagnosed as freezer stuck in defrost mode, temp alarm on, but fan running.
Turned gray knob on defrost timer (located bottom left back of freezer) past defrost position to verify compressor would run...it would not, but fan would run. Tested run capacitor...found borderline defective (weak, wrong value ohm meter kick). Just to be sure, removed interior shelves and interior rear and gasket to check heater at 20 ohms as OK and removed thermostat and verified contact closure after exposure in another freezer....re-installed, hooked heater back up and re-installed interior rear panel. Replaced defrost timer by unplugging 4-pin connector, then removed 2 screws that hold it to the bracket. Installed new one in reverse order. Then removed wire bail holding run capacitor to compressor plug assembly, removed run capacitor, plugged in new one. Turned on freezer......now making ice and holding cold temperature and cycling properly between freeze and defrost modes. Two problems made this repair a bit more difficult. This is the second time that defrost timer has failed...only got 3 years from last one. Read more...
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Kelvinator Freezer Refrigerator Door Gasket
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13 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS11770644
Manufacturer Part Number 5304507200
This door gasket, also known as a door seal, is sourced from the original equipment manufacturer for use in refrigerators and freezers. It is a flexible rubber strip that runs along the edge of the appliance door. It creates an airtight seal between the door and cabinet to prevent cold air from escaping, and warm air from entering the refrigerator, to ensure that the temperature in the appliance remains constant. Over time, the door gasket can lose its elasticity or tear. In this case, you will likely notice frost build-up, increased noise, and inconsistent temperatures. Peel the faulty gasket off the refrigerator frame and remove any debris or residue on the surface. Carefully place the new seal along the edge of the door and press it firmly into place. Secure it with the appropriate fasteners and close the door to verify that there are no gaps between the door and cabinet.
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Installation Instructions
Louise from Ocala, FL
Ice and frost were forming in a frost free freezer
The old gasket was obviously gapping, partially from age and partially from damage during a move. To make the repair, I loosened the screws that are under the gasket and hold it in, but did not remove them. Once all were loose, I removed the old gasket, then starting at the top, ran a thin bead of food grade RTV under the portion of the door that captures the gasket. I put the sealant on that edge only, then carefully worked one of the short edges of the gasket under the plastic and tightened all but the corner screws. I then ran the RTV down the inside of the hinge side of the door and repeated the process, this time tightening the top screw and the hinge side screw at the top, but leaving the bottom most screw loose. I repeated the process on the opening side of the door. The bottom was the hardest because the gasket seemed just a little long and it was hard to get the RTV up and behind the door portion, but after a couple tried I got a good bead of sealant then slid the gasket under the door capture and tightened all the remaining screws. After closing the door, it was obvious that there were places were it did not seal well. I used some cardboard strips, cut from the box the gasket came in, to place inside the freezer, between the hard plastic of the door and the inside of the gasket where it laps over the screws. This helped a lot, but there were still a couple small areas, so I used more cardboard, from the outside, between the main portion of the gasket and the rim of the gasket. This eliminated all the gaps. I let this sit overnight and this morning removed all the cardboard for a great sealing freezer. Read more...
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Kelvinator Freezer Door Handle
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14 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS2368270
Manufacturer Part Number 297311201
The screws and trims are NOT included with this handle.
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Kimberly from Edmon ton, KY
I broke the door handle off while moving.
Partselect made it easy and affordable to replace the part myself. It arrived on the 3rd day after ordering. Thanks Read more...
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Kelvinator Freezer Refrigerator Light Bulb
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7 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS12712277
Manufacturer Part Number 5304517886
This is an LED light for a variety of refrigerator models. This 3.8W LED light is used to shine and adequately light the contents of your refrigerator when you open its door. If your current light is significantly dimmer than normal, or simply not working anymore, it will need to be replaced. To replace this bulb, unplug your fridge momentarily, and then simply unthread the old one and screw in the new one. This bulb is sold individually and does not come with any other parts.
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Kelvinator Freezer Door Gasket
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20 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS11770645
Manufacturer Part Number 5304507201
This is the door gasket for your freezer. It is white in color and made of rubber. The door gasket covers the circumference of the freezer door and creates a seal. If the gasket is loose or worn out, cold air can leak out of the freezer, and it can force the refrigerator to work harder to remain cool. If you notice that your freezer is running for longer than normal, of if there is excessive frost buildup, you may need to replace the door gasket. This part is sold individually and it is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
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alfred from college station, TX
bad gasket let ice form on inside of door
its best to use power screw driver lot of screws .took out all screws took off door took out side to remove ice from door. just used water to melt ice. took off old gasket and put on new gasket. put door in place and started screws in four coners do not tighten screws at this point.put in rest of screws. work arondclock wise making sure gasket is seated while tighing screws. check gasket for flatness you may have to use hair dryer on gasket to make it flat. Read more...
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Kelvinator Freezer Run Capacitor
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8 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS2333670
Manufacturer Part Number 5304464438
The run capacitor helps the compressor kick on and off while maintaining a constant temperature in your fridge and freezer. You may need to replace your run capacitor if your refrigerator or freezer section will not start, if they are too warm, or if your refrigerator has become too noisy. Replacing the run capacitor is a relatively easy project. For this repair you will only need a 1/4 inch nut driver and needle nose pliers. Remember to disconnect the power and water supply line to the unit before you begin this repair. For full step by step instructions, simply click on the video below.
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  • Clicking sound
  • Doesn’t stop running
  • Freezer section too warm
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Installation Instructions
Jim Meeks from Wimberly, TX
The controller (current relay) burned up
1. Unhooked a retaining wire that secures the controller to the compressor terminal box. 2. removed destroyed part. 3. Got the model and serial numbers and got online. 4. Ordered part 5. Waited a couple of weeks to get part 6. Found that the manufacturer had daisy chained a bunch of components together with some funny deep socket plugs that by themselves are not routinely found so rather than buy a laundry list of unnecessary parts to get the aforementioned plus and make my customer wait a couple of more weeks I chose to connect the wires to a couple of high temperature female stainless steel quick connectors and feed the wires directly into the controller. Fortunately the controller had the polarity marked on the housing. (L for Line was the hot lead and C was for common the neutral lead) Failure to follow proper polarity will damage the part and could kill the compressors's start wimding. Read more...

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