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Freezer Door Key
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Fix Number FIX1991481
Manufacturer Part Number 297147700
This is a genuine OEM replacement key for the door of upright or chest freezers. If you have misplaced or damaged your key, you will need a replacement in order to lock and unlock your freezer door. We recommend storing the key in a safe place away from the freezer itself. We recommend testing the new key with the freezer door open, to ensure that the latch opens and closes properly. This key is made from white plastic and is sold individually.
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Donald from Brush Prairie, WA
Lost freezer key and door was locked and frozen from the inside
The key would not work, but unplugged the freezer and moved it outside where it could thaw out. After the freezer thawed out, the door could move and the key could then turn the latch. When we moved the freezer and jiggle it from side to side, it also loosened up the door. Read more...
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Light Bulb - 40W
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Fix Number FIX884734
Manufacturer Part Number 8009
This is a genuine OEM 40-Watt replacement light bulb that is compatible with various types of appliances. It has a frosted glass bulb with a standard metal socket base, making it easy to screw and unscrew by hand to replace. It is designed to tolerate extreme temperatures, which is why it is commonly used to light the inside of refrigerators and ovens. Depending on the appliance and location of the bulb, disconnecting the power is recommended. This bulb is sold individually.
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Helen from Quincy, MA
lightbulb in refrigerator went out
Removed plastic shield on top of refrigerator. Removed old bulb.. Replaced new bulb. Reinstalled plastic shield. Voila! Read more...
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Defrost Thermostat
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Fix Number FIX2350702
Manufacturer Part Number 297216600
If you have frost building up in your freezer, or the temperature in your fridge is running too warm, there may be an issue with the defrost thermostat. This thermostat sits on the top of the evaporator and protects it from overheating when the defrost cycle is running. It does this by regulating the temperature in your appliance, and should shut off the heater once the frost has melted off the coils. If you need a new thermostat, this is a genuine OEM replacement part. Please be sure to disconnect the power supply to your fridge before beginning this repair.
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  • Doesn’t stop running
  • Freezer not defrosting
  • Freezer section too warm
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Terry from Campbell, TX
Fridge stop cooling right after freezer stopped
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Touch-Up Paint - White
Fix Number FIX385132
Manufacturer Part Number 72017
18ml
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Al from Cape Coral, FL
No heat when trying to dry clothes .
Followed instructions on your videos. Everything went as planned and the dryer works like new.... Read more...
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DEFROST TIMER
Fix Number FIX12585793
Manufacturer Part Number 5304518034
This is a defrost timer for your freezer/refrigerator. This device acts like a clock. It continually advances, and changes between activating the cooling cycle, and the defrost heater. If your freezer/refrigerator is often too hot or too cold, the defrost timer will need to be replaced. This part is 120 volts. It is located on the rear panel, or the ceiling of the fresh food compartment.
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  • Doesn’t stop running
  • Fridge too warm
  • Frost buildup
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Jimmy from Tallahassee, FL
Defrost Timer require more triming than showed on Parts Select to fit my bracket
I followed installation video. My freezer defrost timer required a lot of triming to fit my bracket, but it worked great. My advise to repair is replace all 4 items at once to save time and money for freight. Read more...
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Freezer Door Gasket
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Fix Number FIX11770643
Manufacturer Part Number 5304507199
The gasket for your freezer door is used to provide a tight seal, preventing the cold air from escaping and warm room-temperature air from getting inside the freezer. If the gasket becomes torn, cracked, or otherwise damaged, that seal is compromised, and the gasket will not work as intended. Signs that you need to replace the gasket include sweat or condensation on the freezer door, frost buildup, inconsistent temperatures, and the door not sealing shut properly. This is a genuine OEM replacement gasket that is white in color.
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  • Doesn’t stop running
  • Frost buildup
  • Too warm
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James from Holden Beach, NC
Seal on door failing causing water dripping within the freezer.
Followed instructions on replacing door gasket. They came with the gasket. Read more...
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Door Stopper
Fix Number FIX3523083
Manufacturer Part Number 4620JJ2009A
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Run Capacitor
Fix Number FIX2333670
Manufacturer Part Number 5304464438
This part is attached to the compressor. It helps the compressor kick on and off while maintaining a constant temperature to keep things frozen in your freezer.
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  • Clicking sound
  • Doesn’t stop running
  • Freezer section too warm
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Elizabeth from Charlestown, RI
Refrigerator stopped working
We installed the 2 parts that were recommended. Very easy after watching videos. The refrigerator still does not run. Oh well, it was worth a try. This site has been great at helping us fix other appliances, just not this one. Read more...
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Door Gasket
Fix Number FIX11770645
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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Defrost Timer
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Fix Number FIX11723171
Manufacturer Part Number W10822278
The defrost timer works on a predetermined schedule, to alternate between the cooling cycle and the defrost heater in your freezer. When the heating circuit is activated, it melts any ice that has formed on the evaporator coils, then the cooling system is started again. If ice builds up the evaporator, it reduces the airflow and the efficiency of your freezer. If the defrost timer has failed, it can cause the temperature in your fridge or freezer to get too warm, or it can cause ice buildup since the heating circuit will not be activated. You can test this part with a multimeter to see if it has continuity. If you need to replace this part, this is a genuine OEM replacement defrost timer. It measures approximately 3 inches long and 2.5 inches wide and is 60Hz and 120V.
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  • Freezer not defrosting
  • Freezer section too warm
  • Freezer too cold
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Installation Instructions
Carl from Columbia, SC
Refrigerator and freezer were warming to a temperature that was too warm.
Refrigerator and freezer were warming to a temperature that was too warm. I've known about defrost timers being a major part of the " frost free" design. In my model of refrigerator, the defrost timer is located at the bottom left on the left frame rail, behind a sheet metal mounting plate. Next to the drain pan. I recognized it with a flash light, and the one way knob that can only be turned in one direction. I turned the knob to manually advance the timer, then the compressor started, but be gentle with this practice as it can strip the plastic gears. If you lift the knob as you turn it, it will disengage the teeth of the gear and just turn the cam itself, stopping the defrost cycle and starting the refrigerating cycle. Then it's good for approx. 24 hours. Then it hung up again in the same spot. I did this for a week because I didn't have the time. Then I looked up my frige model number, and I found this site on a web search. I ordered the part over the phone with the helpful sales rep, just to confirm the part number. I've read about ten pages of the same repair from this website. Nothing I recognized as my frige. But the site had an exploded view of my frige and putting 2 & 2 together I nailed it down. Ordered the part, 2 1/2 days it was here. The instructions for your particular model may have the color coding listed, mine was not. So I figured my model was too old, the wiring diagram was simalar to mine on procedure 1. Long story. It took me longer to write this than to do the actual repair. Wiring research 15 minutes, change out 10 minutes. Hope this helps. Read more...

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