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    • Part Number: AP3965498
    • MFG Part Number: 241700109
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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Board control has a loose clip and no light on the display and ice and water do not dispense. Two lead wires and one clip on was off on inspection? How is this part installed?

Keith for Model Number GLRS267ZAW1

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Can you please advise how I can repair my refrigerator's water dispenser. The refrigerator has started to dispense water completely by itself, without being activated. When it has happened, the light goes on and it makes the same sounds as if it's been activated in the normal way - by pushing a cup against the activation paddle. It seems that there is something wrong with the electronics that are normally activated by the paddle. Thanks for any help you can offer.

Jj for Model Number PLHS237ZA

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I recently replaced both the ice and water accuators. Everything seemed to go well. Upon reconnecting all electrical items the ice dispenser continually runs now and the water dispenser does not work. If I disconnect the Board Control pin harness it stops. I have read in other forums where I may have to replace this circuit board? This happens while the panel that holds the ice accuator and and water accuator are just "hanging" as well as when I have them in place. Any thoughts?

Rich for Model Number plrs267zab1

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My Frigidaire Gallery's door water and ice dispenser has stopped working. The light button still works, but the crushed, cubed and extra ice, and reset filter buttons don't work. Do I need to replace the board control? or the dispenser board as well? it was making ice and dispensing water ok before failure. thanks

Eb for Model Number PLRS267za

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I replaced the Ice actuator and everything from disassembly instructions to install instructions were exactly correct and it went like clock work. Then with all the electrical plugs installed paying attention to how they came off and connector keys, once I plugged the fridge back in the auger runs constantly and the water does not work. I am thinking I had a board failure (maybe static discharge hit -who knows) but thought I better get guidance on whether I should replace this board or the power supply relay board.

Chris F for Model Number PLHS267ZAB3

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My Frigidaire fridge's water/ice dispenser lights are having the exact problem described in this blog post: http://www.technicianbrian.com/2009/08/frigidaire-dispenser-light-problems.html. That is, both the Cube and Crush lights are on at the same time, and every time I open and close the freezer door, the dispenser light turns on. Based on the blog post, it appears I have to replace my circuit board with this one (AP3965498). Now, before I go ahead and order the new circuit board, is there any way I can confirm that the new board is indeed newer than my current board? On my current board, I see a chip with a sticker that says "40429100" and "REV B".

Rodney for Model Number GLHS237ZAB1

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I also have a kitchenaide dishwasher that leaks at the bottom of both sides of the door. I did replace the gasket around the tub but now it leaks more than it did before. Could I have received the wrong part or is there something else that could have been bad also? I did follow your instructions for the ice maker and it will need a new auger motor. I will order it once I find out the answer to my other question also. Thanks, Kate

Kate for Model Number KUDS24SEWH1

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