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Heater Terminal Shield

Part Number: AP2109194
MFG Part Number: 154289801
Made by: Frigidaire
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Genuine Frigidaire part. Frigidaire brands include Electrolux, Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Westinghouse, and others. See all items in Dishwasher Guard, Shield, Barrier.
Electrolux also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore

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Part Number 154289801 (AP2109194) replaces 419305, AH420568, EA420568, PS420568.

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Burned out heater Mark L. • Frisco, TX • October 20, 2014
Appliance: Frigidaire Frigidaire/dishwasher PLD2560LCC1

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water is leaking through one of the heater element nuts when the tub is filling and washing, but not during draining. is there an epoxy or other sealant to apply to the inside or outside of the tub where the element goes through, or does the nut and terminal need to be replaced. the clear plastic boot on the terminal has clouded and i am concerned about possibly burning out the element or shorting something? the dishwasher is barely broken in but has been not been used for a year or so during extensive home renovation

Bob L. for Model Number FDB510LCS1


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The heating element(part #AP4424048) on my Frigidaire dishwasher (model GSB5755DB0)has burned out and also melted the connection terminals to the point that I don't think it is wise to connect them to the replacement element. Are replacement terminals available that I could splice in? Is there a part#? FYI I believe the element burned out because water was leaking through where the element goes through the tub and shorted out the connection. During operation I smelled burning plastic, flipped off the breaker and then discovered the badly charred/melted terminals on the heating element. I put a digital ohm meter on the element and got no reading at all after following the directions I found on this website. Thanks in advance for any help.

Dave M. for Model Number GSB5755DB0


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