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Diode Kit

Part Number: AP3220736
MFG Part Number: 5303918287
Made by: Frigidaire
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Genuine Frigidaire part. Frigidaire brands include Electrolux, Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Westinghouse, and others.
Electrolux also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore

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Part Number 5303918287 (AP3220736) replaces 1015421, 5304418384, AH832444, EA832444, PS832444.

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Still no ice. On my fridge, I orginally replaced the water valve assembly due to a bad ice maker water solenoid. I replaced the whole valve assembly, and then i was getting water at the door AND water was going into the ice maker everytime i called water at the door. So I replaced the diode with this one as directed. Now I get water at the door, and no more water automatically going to the ice maker....so thats good. However, i've had the diode installed for 24 hrs, but no ice from the ice maker. I removed the icemaker last night, and thawed it out under warm water. I reinstalled the icemaker back last night, but still no ice as of today. No water has entered the ice maker. Do I have a bad ice maker as well, or is there a trick to getting the ice maker to start functioning again? Do I need to set the +/- setting on the ice maker to something specific? I have yet to touch/change that through this whole repair process. Do I need to adjust/change the gears in the front of the ice maker?

Chris for Model Number FRS23LH5DS2

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When I call for water at the door, water comes out as it should. However, water shoots into the ice maker as well, causing overflow. I checked the electrical connectors that go to the water solenoids of the water valve. What I found was that when I called for water at the door, current was also being passed to the harness for the ice maker solenoid, causing it to open every time you call for water at the door. an online search had me thinking it could be the diode that connects to the wiring assembly just before the connectors to the water valve solenoids? Do you think thats my problem?

Chris for Model Number frigidaire refrigerator FRS23LH5DS2

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Appx where, in the wiring harness, are the diodes located in relation to the water solenoid valves?

Dave for Model Number Frigidaire GS23HSZBC3

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I am not sure if I should ask this here, but my ice maker stopped working, so I ordered this diode wire harness and installed it Sunday. After install, the ice maker made about 5 ice cubes, and then just stopped. The manual arm on the ice maker was about halfway up, and it took a tad bit of force to get it back into the correct place. Since it has been set to "on", it has not made a single piece of ice since the first 5 after the diode install. What else could be the problem, and is there a part on here I can buy?

Ashley for Model Number Fridigaire 5303918287

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Does this part work in my model?

Maria H for Model Number FRS26RLECSN

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Sorry for bother again... Two questions: 1.Before I use the white heat shrink to cover the connector, should the blue connectors be crimped? If yes, should I crimp from the middle or from the two ends? 2.Can I leave the molex connector as is and just connect the old brown wire to the brown wire of the new part? This is much easier for me. It is so hard for me to figure out how to press the retaining tab. Sorry... Thanks very much for your help. Irene

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