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    • Part Number: AP2116225
    • MFG Part Number: 240383703
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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This unit has worked without a problem for 10 plus years. However, it is now freezing the water filter housing to the point where it cracks and then leaks water all over. After replacing this part twice with the new also cracking I place a thermomator in the fridge area near the water filter and one in the freezer as well. The freezer is "0" or below and the fridge will get down to 20 degrees. Changing the temp controls from the factory setting where they have been all along dosen't impact the fridge area much. It may get up as high as 32 degrees. The air damper can be heard opening & closing. When turning the freezer temp control knob you here it click. Both fans work fine. Any ideas would be appreciated greatly!

Hank E for Model Number FRS23R4CW0

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The date of this Window air condition is 2/86 looking for a master control switch, brand is Temp Master / Otasco Inc. Any suggestion?

Chyarles for Model Number B12-M36

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Freezer coil froze. Control Box starts clicking sounds like the damper is stuck. Turn both control knobs off. I hear the damper closing, turn them back on damper opens, cold air is coming in the fridge compartment after a while it stops and its spitting out air in intervals. Found an diagram attached it said to manually start the defrost depress the light bottom 5 times in 6 seconds. This part worked help me to understand the logistics of it. Oliver

Oliver for Model Number frs23r4cw3

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Hello there, I need your expert advice. I have a frigidaire I believe not sure the model number, got it from someone selling. No decal by the door. fridge side is freezing everything on the fresh side , damper will stay open I checked damper is ok, it has continuity. I need your advice to see what part do I need to order or what other test I need to do. Thank you in advance, looking forward to hear from you

Rafael for Model Number Frs23f5aq6

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What would cause the ice maker water inlet tube to freeze up. The freezer temperature control has no effect.

Bruce for Model Number GLRS267ZAQ5

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How do I replace control part no. 240383703 ?

Willie N.

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My frigidaire refrigerator is freezing food in refrigerator. It seems to keep running even after food is frozen. Water filter is frozen as no water will dispense. I have lowed temperature setting which doesn't help. I can turn to 0 and the damper makes click and appears to close and no air come thru vent. I then turn setting back to normal but damper and fan don't start for about 30-40 minutes. During this time the water line or filter will unfreeze and water will dispense until it freezes again. Which part needs to be replaced? Thanks.

Brian for Model Number FRS26H7CSBO

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Hello I have a side by side frigidaire 2003 model. The refrigerator side freezes food and the freezer side appears ok. I have checked the damper door and it stays open, but when unplugged it closes. The closing spring is in tack and the door isn't damaged. I removed the evaporator core panel and there is a frost buildup on the evaporator core however it is all even. The freezer manual control will click when cycled full travel but the refrigerator control will not. I believe the refrigerator thermostat and the defrost temperature probe on the evaporator require replacement. Looking for a positive confirmation before replacing parts. Thank you in advance for any reply dave

David S for Model Number GLRS267ZAW6

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I have a problem similar to "Dan." The freezer is fine, but the refrigerated side is warm. If I turn the thermostat to coldest, then tap the housing, the damper opens. When I turn it down, the damper closes. When I turn it back to coldest, the damper stays closed until I tap, then it always opens. I had the assembly out to inspect, and found that on the thermostat, there is always continuity between the black terminal (hot wire) and the pink wire that runs to the damper control. This was true no matter where the knob was set. I didn't think to tap it until I put the assembly back. I know that I could replace the whole assembly, but wouldn't it be cheaper to replace just the thermostat? Is it sold that way, or is there a reason to replace the whole thing? Thanks.

Timothy B for Model Number FRS26R4AB7

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Milk is freezing in the refrigerator. I checked the air flow, and no matter where I set the refrigerator temp. control the damper door stayed 100% open, until I turned it to 0, the damper then closed. I reset the control to "normal" but nothing happened. The damper door stayed closed. I proceeded to disassemble the control box. When I loosened the box from the refrigerator side, the damper opened, 100%. I removed the damper assembly from the control box, it would not operate with the refrig. temp control. I re-installed the control box and contents to their original position. Turn the refig. temp control to normal, the damper door opend 100%, I once again set the temp. control to 0 the damper closed, I set the control back to normal...the damper stayed closed. I was able to get the damper to open once again, but it remained opened 100%. It seems to me, that the refrig. temp. control isn't working properly. Any other ideas? Thank You.

Mike for Model Number frs26h7cb0

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