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Controller Tsd

Part Number: AP5306469
MFG Part Number: 297237702
Made by: Frigidaire
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Genuine Frigidaire part. Frigidaire brands include Electrolux, Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Westinghouse, and others. See all items in Freezer Relay, Overload, Capacitor and Refrigerator Relay, Overload, Capacitor.
Electrolux also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore

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Part Number 297237702 (AP5306469) replaces 241527803, 241527801, 2026081, 5304492394, AH3502347, EA3502347, PS3502347.

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The fridge and freezer will run cold, then like get stuck in defrost mode, the ice in the bin will start to melt, then it will get cold again. Sometimes it won't get cold again for a couple of hours. I have replaced the run capacator and still didn't fix the problem. Does it sound like I need to change the Controller Tsd? Or maybe the defrost thermostat? It's like the compressor just won't kick on. But when it does kick on, it works, the freezer will go down to zero

Lynette H. for Model Number FRS26LF8CSN

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Had a bad thunderstorm a week ago and when I woke up the next morning my Electrolux Refrigerator was not working and freezer thawed. I attempted the reset the unit but only the fan runs and shortly after replugging in the Frig, I hear a "click" noise that seems to restrict power that prevents the Frig from operating normal. Best analogy....it's like a GFCI outlet in a wall always trips when something is plugged in. That is how my Frig is acting. Do you think I need a Controller Tsd? Thank You

Sean for Model Number E23CS75DSS1

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In the part that was sent to me the capacitor fits but the connections of red and blue wires to the controller are different size. I was advised "The capacitor will slide down over the shaft and plug into the 2 slots and the wires will connect on the terminals. The Red wire will attach to the terminal labeled "L", and the Blue wire will attach to the terminal labeled "N". The connecters on the wires are much wider than their corresponding tabs on the controller. Wrong part? Wrong design on the new part? Or can I just replace the connections on the wire? Or I could try a replacement on the controller.

Ken H. for Model Number FRS26LH5DS4

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Looking to replace two parts for this Frigidaire Refrigerator. The first is a capacitor run and it cross references to your part AP5270384. However, the second is what is listed on your diagram for this model as F30, Controller TSD; PN AP5306469. When I look at the diagram. When I click on that part, it doesn't exactly look the same? Wire connections are in a different location? The original part number appears to be 213615005. Any help please? Thanks

Mark for Model Number FRS26LH5DS0

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My freezer doesn't freeze and my refrig doesn't cool . I replaced the run capasitor and now I want to replace the start relay part # 241527803. Do you think this is the right way to go? I also replaced the thermostat.

Larry for Model Number ED5LVAXVQ00

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I have a 10yr old Frigidaire Refrigerator model # plhs269zcb4 that stopped cooling. Compressor will not kick on, fan is blowing over the coils sounds like the relay is clicking on but nothing happening with the compressor. We had a bad lightning event the night before but didn't notice any other problems with our appliances. I took off the start relay that plugs into the compressor. There are 2 wires, red & blue going to the start relay. Which one goes to L and which one goes to N. If I replace this will it work?

Jimmy P for Model Number plhs269zcb4

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