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Shock Absorber Kit

Part Number: AP5590192
MFG Part Number: 5304485917
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 5304485917 (AP5590192) replaces 134564200, 134560410, 131268200, 134560400, 134999010, 5304467357, 134999000, 2220542, AH3508101, EA3508101, PS3508101.

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Very noisy then ultimately bearing failure and a broken shock mount Brian B. • Canton, NY • September 23, 2014
Appliance: Model 417.40042990

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Both shocks broke Cynthia G. • Dillsboro, IN • March 20, 2014

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How to Replace Shock Absorber Kit #5304485917

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Shock Absorber Kit #5304485917. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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How to remove pins from shocks?

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Can the pins be reused?

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Washing machine leaking from under washer. Pulled off back to find what I think is part #30, level shock snapped off from bottom. The part I see on your site, looks s a liitle different. Are you sure it will fit, and do I need to change both, since they look different? Mine looks larger, and rounder.

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The pump is running but water is not draining from the tub. The pump is making a clicking sound (is this a solenoid?) Got a broke shock (ordered) and I also ordered a pump but I'm now wondering if ordering the pump was a bit premature.

Michael for Model Number GLTR1670ASO

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We have a Frigidare Gallery Front Loader (gltf1670as0) that snapped the top right spring which dropped the tub and broke both shock absorbers. I order a new spring and 5304485917 (AP5590192) shock absorber kit, watched the video, and had no issues removing and installing the replacement spring and shocks. The washer now fills and drains fine, but really never turns the tub all the way over, just sways back and forth. When the tub dropped could it have disconnected something I'm not seeing that would prevent it from spinning the tub. Appreciate the Help.

Terry for Model Number GLTF1670AS0

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I have purchased these shocks and have found the location of these to be difficult to get to . I understand that I can get to them from the rear of the appliance or from the front panel. I am needing to know, in your experience, which would be the best route to take to get these replaced. I ask this only due to the front panel seeming to take quite a bit more to get apart. Also, I have found either the motor or water pump to be in the way when I approach them from the back of the washer. Would it hurt anything to remove those parts to get to that shock or should I keep those in tact. I appreciate your patience

Sandy M for Model Number 41748112701

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