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Filter - Drier
PartSelect Number PS464532
Manufacturer Part Number 5303305677
A filter-drier in a refrigerator has two essential functions. The first is to absorb system contaminants, such as water, which can create acids. The second is to provide physical filtration. This means trapping moisture, small metal chips, and dirt found in the refrigerant gas. If your refrigerator motor is constantly running, but the refrigerator is not getting cold, the issue could be due to a damaged or faulty filter-drier. Faulty filter-driers are sometimes the cause for abnormal freezer compartment temperatures and partially frosted evaporators. This filter-drier is approximately 11 inches long. Remember to disconnect the power from your refrigerator before beginning this repair.
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Start Device
PartSelect Number PS2331559
Manufacturer Part Number 241707715
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QUENTIN from WELDON, CA
NOT COOLING
First download schematic from frigidaire.com and watch a few youtube videos on fixing refrigerators .At first my guess was the timer was stuck on the defrost mode .However after studying the schematic I checked to see if the power was being sent to the compressor through the starter ptc .The 110 v was there after pulling off the connector .Also the condenser fan was on confirming this . however the compressor was stone cold .the compressor has 3 inputs whose resistances across all seemed good (see youtube videos) so it was probably the ptc starter or the 15microfarad capacitor .I changed the capacitor first -not the problem .then the ptc starter .immediatey the compressor started warming and after a few minutes cold air was being blown in .Very satisfying ! Read more...
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Compressor Start Relay
PartSelect Number PS426380
Manufacturer Part Number 216594300
The compressor start relay attaches to the compressor in your refrigerator. If your refrigerator will not start, one of the most common parts to fail is the compressor start relay. Sometimes called the controller, this device is used to boost the compressor until the unit is running. Other common symptoms connected to start relays include: refrigerator will not start, will not cool, is making a clicking, humming or buzzing sound, or the compressor itself is warm to the touch. You may also smell a burnt plastic odor if the relay has failed. Shake the relay and listen for any rattling, as this is a sign that it is faulty.
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Linda from Gurnee, IL
The compressor would not run.
I removed the cover, used a multimeter to test the compressor circuit, and found the compressor start relay to be defective.
Ordered a new one and installed it when it arrived.
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Compressor Kit
PartSelect Number PS2583042
Manufacturer Part Number 5304478809
This is the mechanics (motor/engine) of the cooling system. It kicks in whenever the thermostat demands cooling. ***NOTE: This part needs to be installed by a trained professional in appliance repair. It requires special tools and knowledge to do so.
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Compressor
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PartSelect Number PS2373818
Manufacturer Part Number 5304475102
This is the mechanics (motor/engine) of the cooling system. It kicks in whenever the thermostat demands cooling. ***NOTE: This part needs to be installed by a trained professional in appliance repair. It requires special tools and knowledge to do so.
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Relay
PartSelect Number PS453311
Manufacturer Part Number 5303007173
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FREDDIE from WHITAKERS, NC
Freezer stopped freezing food.
I unplugged electrical cord to the freezer. I removed the cover to the relay and load protector. I labeled the wires and made a diagram on the proper placement of each wire going to the relay. I unplugged each wire and removed the relay. Then I removed the load protector. I installed the new load protector and new relay. I placed the wires on the proper terminals of the relay. I replaced the electrical cover to the relay and load protector. I plugged the electrical cord back in the electrical outlet. My freezer started working again. I placed several bottles of water in the freezer to make sure the freezer was working properly before I restocked it with food.

Thanks again for the help. You just saved me about $400.
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STARTER-PTC
PartSelect Number PS2358714
Manufacturer Part Number 241707721
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OVERLOAD
PartSelect Number PS458027
Manufacturer Part Number 5303270406
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Lisa from Los Angeles, CA
refrigerator stopped cooling
After the refrigerator stopped cooling, we determined that the problem was in the compressor area. we used a screwdriver to get the cover off and then vice grips to get the actual pieces out (start relay & overload)--they broke, but they were already broken). We went to the Home Depot site to purchase the parts, but found PartSelect to be much less expensive. Put the parts in when they came a few days later and it worked! thank you PartSelect! Read more...
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Overload Protector
PartSelect Number PS459235
Manufacturer Part Number 5303276514
This part provides protection for the compressor motor against excessive current and excessive temperature use.
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FREDDIE from WHITAKERS, NC
Freezer stopped freezing food.
I unplugged electrical cord to the freezer. I removed the cover to the relay and load protector. I labeled the wires and made a diagram on the proper placement of each wire going to the relay. I unplugged each wire and removed the relay. Then I removed the load protector. I installed the new load protector and new relay. I placed the wires on the proper terminals of the relay. I replaced the electrical cover to the relay and load protector. I plugged the electrical cord back in the electrical outlet. My freezer started working again. I placed several bottles of water in the freezer to make sure the freezer was working properly before I restocked it with food.

Thanks again for the help. You just saved me about $400.
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Evaporator
PartSelect Number PS2378831
Manufacturer Part Number 297311300

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