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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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NO Water to Ice Maker. Replaced Inlet Valve - still no water to ice maker. Replaced Ice Maker - still no water to ice maker Water dispenser works fine. No frozen tubes. What is the problem?

Chris for Model Number PLRS267ZAB7


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I changed out the diode using kit 5303918287 because water was coming out of the ice maker when I used the water dispenser just like the stories I read here on your web site. It worked great right after I stalled it but 24hrs later it started again with water coming out of ice maker when I use the dispenser do you think the diode went out again and why? Are is it a ice maker problem?

Mike M. for Model Number Frigidaire FFHS1622MSN


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How do I install this part please?

Customer for Model Number 5303918287


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My ice maker is leaking water into the tray then onto my kitchen floor. I have been doing research and it sounds the a diode issue. Can you help with this question before I spend a fortune on a refrigerator that is not mine? Thanks

James for Model Number FRS26R4CBE side by side


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I have a Frigidaire model FRS26LF7DS7. The other night while getting water we heard a loud pop and smoke started coming out of the water dispenser front panel. Nothing would work on the dispenser and none of the lights would come on, on the front panel. We replaced the circuit board and everything seemed to be working. Water dispenser and lights were working. But then we noticed there was very little, to no ice being made. Also the water dispenser started to randomly squirt out water throughout the day and night. This is completely different than leaking. The water would spray out in a stream. From researching on line it looks like what needs to be replaced is the refrigerator fill valve diode. Part number 5303918287. Does that sound correct? My other question is, I don’t see this part number listed as being a part for my model number. I just want to make sure this part will work with my model number. I’d hate to install it and blow something else up because it is the wrong diode. I took the back panel off of the fridge and can see where it has a diode similar to this. How can I find out if Part number 5303918287 is compatible with my model FRS26LF7DS7? Thanks in advance.

Broke Fridge for Model Number FRS26LF7DS7


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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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