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Damper Assy

Part Number: AP5688411
MFG Part Number: 241600906
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 Damper & Related.
Electrolux also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore

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Part Number 241600906 (AP5688411) replaces 241600905, 2754433, PS7783969.

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My frigidaire started flashing the 4 on the # display in the refridgerator side. Everything seems to be working propery though - food is cold, and freezer side is too. Should I replace the damper switch? Or is that not going to solve the "problem" - which I'm sure is something that is going to go bad soon, like stop cooling. And if so, what model. I hear there are 2 different types of damper switches. Thanks!

Johnny for Model Number LFUS2613LE3

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Freezer side works great. Frig not cooling as needed 50 degrees. Some frost billed up under damper cover. No noise. By other q&a,s I'm wondering if I will need more than a damper. Is it hard to replace?

Judy for Model Number Frs6hr5hw5

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Hello my fridge was freezing up and I heard a clicking sound coming from the fridge side. I defrosted the fridge by turning it off for 5 hours but the noise came back. It came from the damper area. I replaced the defrost control but the noise not stopped and the fridge is still freezing up and the fridge side is not cooling. What should I do now?

Maurice

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Can you send me some type of instruction on how the install the part?

Finton for Model Number FRS6R5ESBF

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I replaced the damper assembly and the defrost control box. The damper assembly was broken and the defrost control box was diagnosed by a technician as bad. The new damper assembly door does not open. The temp is going down but there is no air flow from the opening.

Jimmy for Model Number FRS6HR5SBO

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The refrigerator is making a noise that seems to be coming from the location of the damper assy. The noise stops as soon as the door is opened. The noise varies often but it sounds like something like a bearing going out. It is a whirling that varies in pitch and loudness. I thought I would need to replace the damper assy, but I wanted to ask first. Also, is there a way to repair the assy or do you have to replace the whole unit? Is the correct damper assy 241600906? Thanks for your help.

Dave C for Model Number GLHS68EJSB0

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