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Adaptive Defrost Control Board

Part Number: AP4909015
MFG Part Number: 5303918476
Made by: Frigidaire
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Genuine Frigidaire part. Frigidaire brands include Electrolux, Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Westinghouse, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Control Board.
Electrolux also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore

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Part Number 5303918476 (AP4909015) replaces 241508001, 240554502, 240554501, 1614983, 240375803, 240545403, 5303918302, 5304429380, AH2582247, EA2582247, PS2582247.

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How to Replace Adaptive Defrost Control Board #5303918476

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Adaptive Defrost Control Board #5303918476 for Refrigerator made by Frigidaire, Gibson, White Westinghouse, Kenmore. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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Refrigerator was freezing food; we replaced the ADC with ADC IV and installed the new wiring harness. The damper motor keeps going on and off constantly. Been running almost 24 hours and the damper is still cycling off and on. The compressor and other fans seem to be working properly, but since the damper goes on and off constantly the refrigerator side is too cold and the freezer not quite cold enough.

Gd for Model Number FRS23H5ASB8

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Last night I was checking to see why by freezer and fridge weren't cooling. It seems that it was evaporator fan not working because it never came on and my coils were cold and the compressor was working. This morning I checked it and the coils had defrosted. The fan was still not working and the compressor was off. I unplugged it and plugged it back in and immediately the compressor came on the the coils were frosty again but the evap fan was not working. Also the fridge is only cooling near the bottom. Would the ADC cause this?

John for Model Number FRS26H5DSB2

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The evaporator fan never comes on. The compressor is working and the coils in the freezer are freezing evenly for the most part. At the top of the coils near the fan it's slightly heavier than the rest but everything else is evenly frosty. Only the lower part of the freezer near the coils and lower part of the fridge are cool. The upper parts are not cool like they should be. Could this be the ADC board or a bad fan not blowing cool air to both the freezer and fridge?

Chestin for Model Number frigidaire frs26h5dsb2

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How do you test the ADC board to tell if it isn't working?

Cathy for Model Number FRS26BH5CQ0

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Freezer cold. Fridge warm. Checked heater, thermostat and fan...they are ok. Fan runs. Thermostat open when short when cold and open when warm. Heater has continuity and heats up when directly wired to 120v. Significant frost buildup. Not sure if it is defrosting on its own. Wasn't feeling much air in the damper vent. So I pulled the housing down and cleaned and checked the damper and reassembled and now the damper is cycling open and shut continually. How do I force defrost to check that it works and why is damper cycling. I didn't unplug any damper connections.

Hal for Model Number frs6lf7jm0

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The damper assembly was already replaced. Just replaced the adc 1 with an adc 4. The new wiring harness only had a purple/white, black, and green wire for the fridge side control. the old harness had an additional pink wire. Is this normal with the adc 4 to not have the pink wire?

Russell for Model Number frs26r2aw4

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