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    • Part Number: AP4909015
    • MFG Part Number: 5303918476
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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It seem like the defrost mode is always on could it be the control board or something else?

Tim for Model Number FRS23R4AW8

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My refrigerator was not cooling past 45 degrees and the evaporator was all frozen up. I replaced the defrost thermostat. I then noticed the fan was turning on and off but would never run constantly and the temperature was still not getting above 45 degrees. I then replaced the ADV (Adaptive Defrost Control Board) part number 5303918214. I did so per the instructions and use the supplied wiring kit and removed one of the connections to the damper switch (EPS as indicated in the instructions). This is the ADC IV, in doing this I have been forced to remove what appears to be a temperature sensor that goes through the refrigerator side to the freezer side. After putting everything back together I plugged it back in and the compressor turns on and the Evaporator fan turns on, but the damper switch instantly closes and even when I adjust the temperature control it will not reopen the damper switch. Any suggestions on what to do next?

Dave for Model Number FRS26LF7DSO

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Recently we woke up to our fridge not cool and freezer defrosting although we could still here the unit on and running. a friend came out and defrosted it and fixed some part in the back apparantly was broke. after that the fridge motor sounded like it would try to turn on several times and would blow cold air while doing so until it finally would turn on after sometimes 10 plus tries. it was keeping the fridge around 40 to 42 degrees for a few days, now we havn't heard the motor try kicking on for a couple days and woke up to no cold air going into fridge again this am and temp of 50 and warming. the freezer seems fine however. Ive been told this could be the defrost control kit??? What do you think?

Sunny for Model Number fridgidaire FRS26R2AW6

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My fridge stop making ice.

Salim for Model Number PLHS267ZAB4

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Freezer gathers ice on back panel, then everything starts to melt, or defrost. After manually defrosting unit, everything works fine for 3 days, then the cycle begins again. Changed out fan, did not make a difference.

Chris for Model Number frs23lh5dsr

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Refrigerator is almost freezing everything in the refrigerator side despite turning the temperature control all the way down (warmest). Is it likely the thermostat or perhaps the ADC board?

Dale for Model Number Kenmore 253.53713300

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The compresser works and the evaporator fan is good but wont come on and keep refrigerator part cold. Do I need the defrost timer control board. Could this be the problem and will it fix it?

Dah, for Model Number frs26lf7dsb

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Evap fan not running, but compressor is running. Could it be the defrost control bad?

Parts Changer for Model Number FRS26LF7DS

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The condenser kicks on, there is cool air, blowing however the freezer does not sufficiently freeze food items. What parts of replacement could cause issue? thank you

Dean for Model Number frigidaire frs26hf7bwo

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Frigidaire model FRS26R4CB1: I have an issue with my Evaporator Fan Motor coming ON and OFF, ON and Off, sometimes it will do this for 10 or 15 minutes, eventually it will stay on for a normal cycle. I replaced the Evaporator Fan Motor, and this did not fix my issue. So, the process of elimination continues. When removing the back panel in the freezer (the first time), I did notice and was concerned that the coils were approx. 25% frozen. I de-iced the coils using a hairdryer, and put it all back together, since the wiring was not a ‘plug n play’, I had to back up and study it more before cutting wires. After putting it back together the way I found it, even after de-icing, the refrigerator acted the same, the Evaporator Fan Motor would come ON and go Off, over and over. Four days later, I took the back panel off the freezer again to replace the Evaporator Fan Motor. First, I was glad to see a nice even frost over the entire coil, no ice. I quickly got the wires cut and crimped and everything put back together. While the new Fan Motor has a little more force, the refrigerator still has the same issue cycling ON and OFF. No improvement at all. So, what do you suggest I try next? Defrost Control Board, Damper Control Asy, Freezer or Refrigerator Temp Controller? Before making that suggestion, know that both sides appear to keep their perspective temperatures correctly. My food does not freeze on the fridge side, and my waffles stay nice and frozen in the freezer. So, does that eliminate the Damper Control Assembly? Interestingly enough, I never hear a ‘flapper’ open or close on the Damper Control Asy. When the Fan Motor is cycling ON and OFF, you can hold your hand at the Damper outlet and feel cold air from the freezer in short cold blasts, but never hear anything open or shut. The concern I have with replacing the Defrost Control Board is the wiring harness! Is this a ‘plug and play’ component with my particular Refrigerator, or will it be necessary to cut, spice and reroute wiring? Thanks Andy......

Andy for Model Number FRS26R4CB1

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