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FFU17FC4AW2 Frigidaire Freezer - Overview

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Freezer Door Key – Part Number: 297147700
Freezer Door Key
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PartSelect #: PS1991481
Manufacturer #: 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...
$11.22
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Defrost Thermostat – Part Number: 297216600
Defrost Thermostat
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PartSelect #: PS2350702
Manufacturer #: 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...
$23.12
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DEFROST TIMER – Part Number: 5304518034
DEFROST TIMER
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PartSelect #: PS12585793
Manufacturer #: 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 cyc...
$28.03
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Refrigerator Door Gasket – Part Number: 5304507200
Refrigerator Door Gasket
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PartSelect #: PS11770644
Manufacturer #: 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 ap...
$143.22
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Temperature Control Thermostat – Part Number: 5304513033
Temperature Control Thermostat
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PartSelect #: PS12365300
Manufacturer #: 5304513033
This part helps maintain a constant temperature within the appliance. The temperature control thermostat regulates the temperature inside the refrigerator. It turns on and shuts off the compressor as...
$64.15
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Evaporator Fan Blade – Part Number: 5308000010
Evaporator Fan Blade
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PartSelect #: PS473177
Manufacturer #: 5308000010
This evaporator fan blade is a genuine OEM part that is sourced directly from the manufacturer. The evaporator fan blade circulates air through the refrigerator to control the amount of cold air goes ...
$47.79
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Door Handle – Part Number: 216446900
Door Handle
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PartSelect #: PS425863
Manufacturer #: 216446900
This door handle is used for both refrigerators and freezers to easily open and close the door. If your handle is broken, loose, or damaged, you should replace this part to ensure easier access to you...
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Gasket Retainer Clip Kit - 24 Pieces – Part Number: 5303922007
Gasket Retainer Clip Kit - 24 Pieces
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PartSelect #: PS469567
Manufacturer #: 5303922007
This gasket retainer clip kit is for freezers. There are 24 pieces in this kit. The clips are what secure the gasket and liner to the freezer lid. The clips are white in color and made of plastic. If ...
$56.06
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Adjustable Leveling Foot - Black – Part Number: 216396900
Adjustable Leveling Foot - Black
PartSelect #: PS425733
Manufacturer #: 216396900
This part could be found underneath a fridge, dryer, or freezer. The original foot may be cracked, broken, or perhaps missing altogether. If you notice the appliance is uneven to the floor or wobbling...
$25.80
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Hexagonal Screw – Part Number: 241710601
Hexagonal Screw
PartSelect #: PS1526503
Manufacturer #: 241710601
Sold individually.
$11.22
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White Touch up Paint – Part Number: 5303321319
White Touch up Paint
PartSelect #: PS467298
Manufacturer #: 5303321319
This is white touch up paint for refrigerators, microwaves, ranges, dryers, and freezers. It is used to cover, or touch up, nicks and scratches on the appliance from wear and tear. It is an 18ml bottl...
$11.99
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Run Capacitor – Part Number: 218909912
Run Capacitor
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PartSelect #: PS817298
Manufacturer #: 218909912
This part helps the compressor kick on and off while maintaining a constant temperature to keep things frozen in your freezer.
$58.87
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David
January 22, 2020
Not getting cold or freezing. Fan is working and compressor seems to be running.
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Hello David, Thank you for the question. We suggest testing the Defrost Thermostat, PartSelect Number PS2350702. The best way to do this is to remove the thermostat from the refrigerator so you can control the temperature of the sensor. You can let the sensor warm up to room temperature. With the sensor warmed up to room temperature the sensor should read approximately 6.2K Ohms at 68°F. With the thermistor submerged is a glass full of ice water, the sensor should be very close to 32°F which should read approximately 16.3K Ohms. If the values that you are getting are far off from these readings, then the sensor is bad and should be replaced. We hope this helps.

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Common Symptoms of the FFU17FC4AW2

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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
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Freezer Door Key
  • CHARLOTTE from SEDALIA, MO
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
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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.
Parts Used:
Refrigerator Door Gasket
  • Louise from Ocala, FL
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    1- 2 hours
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freezer would run then thaw then freeze. tap on the control knob, it would start running again
Easy fix. I unplugged the freezer, unload items in freezer. took out shelves and baskets, Pulled off the control knob then removed all screws. removed inside panel, replaced part exactly as I took out old part. Put the panel back on, put everything back in place. Plugged freezer back in and turned the knob to 3. Let freezer run for a day to see if I ordered the correct part. Problem is fixed. Thank you, PartSelect for making it so easy to find, order the correct part and for all the customers input to make the repair easy.
Parts Used:
Temperature Control Thermostat
  • WILLIAM from URBANA, OH
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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