I just order this part for my frigidaire refrigerator. Part#AP4695205. I am trying to locate where this part is located on the fridge. Can you help with the location of where this part would go?
When you pull the kick panel from the bottom of the refrigerator, there will be 2 openings. look in the left opening and the control will be locate there by a single 1/4" hex head screw.
WHERE IS THIS MAIN CONTROL BOARD LOCATED. THE PARTS DIAGRAM IS LOUSY!
PART NUMBER 5303918498
Answer To access the main control board you would need to remove the kickplate at the bottom of the unit. With the kickplate removed you will then look under the unit on the left side opening and the control board is in the gray box that is held by one 1/4" screw.
part # 5303918498 shows as the correct board for this model, however this is the second time i have had a tech that ordered this part and when they went to put the part in it is not correct, the board is for a d/c compressor and this unit has an inverter. please help, even frigidaire says it's correct.
Based on the model number provided. This is the correct board per manufacturer and the compressor that you have is a AC compressor. If your unit has a inverter on it then the board will work in conjunction with the inverter to raise the voltage to where it needs to be in order to operate unit.
I replaced the board switch because of the refrigerator was not defrosting. When I installed the new part the refrigerator will not come on. At first I thought it was a bad part so I called and another was sent. I am having the same issue with the second part. Do I need to reprogram the new board or something? Please help!
Answer Hello Chris,
As per the wiring diagram, you need to make sure you have 120Vac on terminals J1-3 and J1-9. If the voltage is there, you should next check for neutral on J1-2, J1-4 and J1-8. Checking for neutral is a bit different in the sense that you have to use line as a reference test point. In other words, instead of testing to ground as you would to test for 120Vac, you will use a known 120Vac line as the point to test to instead of ground. This will read 120Vac if neutral is present. If any of these test points don't give the expected results, there will be an issue before the board. Use of the wiring diagram will help reveal the source of the issue. I really suspect an issue at the board in one of the connectors that plug onto the board. This will have to be located with a test meter unless close visual inspection reveals other wise. There is no programming for this configuration.
I was studying the wiring diagram for model number LGHS2667KP0. You will notice this is not the model you listed on the post, but is the closest to the number you listed. If this is not the exact model number you have, you will need to refer to the wiring diagram on the tech sheet for the appliance or look your model number up online. The reason is that if the model isn't exact, the wiring diagram cannot be considered to be valid for your model since the manufacturer changes the wiring configuration for each model number.