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    • Part Number: AP3964661
    • MFG Part Number: 241586503
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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The refrigerator occasionally will not come on to cool. When I mess with the temperature knob and tap around it, the frig comes on.

Rhonda for Model Number 2535567940n

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The refrigerator side of my appliance freezes everything even if the temperature is set to the lowest possible setting. Is this the temperature control that needs to be replaced and if so, where is it located?

Dave for Model Number FRS6LR5ES6

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I am having a problem with my fridge freezer is working fine. Fridge is too warm. It has been getting cooler about 5 degrees every 8 to 12 hours but the damper door is continuously opening and closing regardless of the temp setting. What could be the problem? I recently replaced the control board if that makes any difference.

Chelsey for Model Number Frs6lr5es6

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I see there is a Thermostat part number and a Temperature controller part number for this model refrigerator (although there appears to be a coil attached to the controller which may be a thermostat). In other customers questions about temperature problems with the refrigertator, the "thermostat" is determined to be the problem, yet the Temp controller part number is listed as the solution. Which part is the cause of a refrigerator being too warm (even at its coldest setting) even though the freezer works fine?

Mike for Model Number FRS26F4CW1

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Frigidaire Refrigerator Model: FRS26R4CB1 Mfg Date: 11/2003 Still trying to figure out what is wrong with my refrigerator......The Evaporator Fan is cycling ON and OFF over and over again. The Fan will eventually stay on, but it takes a while sometimes. Everything seems to be staying the correct temperature, and nothing is freezing, which is good. The simplest, cheapest, and most logical component to replace first was the Evap Fan itself. Well I did that, and there was no change and no improvement. The Compressor Motor and Fan seem fine. They come on, sound normal, no ON and OFF or loud noises. I don't have a multi-meter yet, and wouldn't exactly know how to go about checking the voltage drop and all that anyway. So, I'm sorta stuck going from component to component, which may get expensive. But I'd like to figure this out, rather than calling the Frigidaire guy. With that being said, I really don't think it is the Damper Control Assembly, since it is pretty much a mechanical device, and not really a sensor, I'm a correct? What I am getting at is that the Evap Fan is going ON and OFF for a reason, it would seem to me that it is a sensor or electronic component telling the Evap Fan to go ON and OFF. The component most likely to send the signal to the Evap Fan would be what component? The Refrigerator Temperature Controller, which is the thermostat for the refrigerator side. And/or the Defrost Control Board. The Temp Controller would be the next easiest component to change out, but I don't necessarily want to spend $95 if that isn't the problem. The issue I have with the Defrost Control Board is that the new Wiring Harness is definitely different from the existing harness. Now, if I can simply swap out the Control Board, leaving the old Wiring Harness in place, that would be the easiest and quickest thing to do. Below is the wiring schematic for the 12 pin connector. Can you tell me if a new Control Board will plug right up? Wiring Schematic on the Defrost Control Board outer case lid: 1. BLK - HOT 3. PUR/WHT - DAMPER OPEN 5. OPEN 7. YEL/BLK - FRESH FOOD DOOR 9. WHT/VLT - FRESH FOOD CONTROL 11. RED/WHT - EVAP FAN 2. BRN - DEFROST 4. ORG - FRZR COLD CONTROL 6. RED - COMPRESSOR OUT 8. PINK - DAMPER CLOSED 10. LT BLU - NEUTRAL 12. BLU-B - METAL DEF I also have pictures of everything, including the connection. The file did not attach to this message, so I would need to email that to you, if you think that would be helpful. Thanks, Andy.

Andy for Model Number Frigidaire FRS26R4CB1

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Hello, In my Frigidaire FRS26LF8CS3 the water dispenser intermittently stops working. I have checked the inlet valve and it seems fine. What I noticed is that when the water is not flowing, the freezer is also getting warmer. Which is the case now, the freezer is too warm. This happened 3 times in the last 10 days. I have been monitoring the temperature in the freezer daily, it fluctuates between 0 and 20F but this morning when the water dispenser was not working the temperature was 30F. I initially thought that the water line was freezing, but I can blow in the line that goes in the door. And since the temperature is getting warmer I do not see how it would freeze. The compressor is running, it is humming and it is warm. Any idea? Thank you very much. Chris

Chris for Model Number FRS26LF8CS3

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I have a side by side refrigerator and the freezer side works fine but the refrigerator side freezes everything. If I set the temperature control to the off position the damper door shuts just fine, but if I set the refrigerator temperature control to any setting other than off the damper door opens fully. Could the refrigerator temperature control be the culprit and would I need to replace it.

Graham for Model Number PLHS267ZCB2

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My freezer does not keep food frozen. It will freeze food initially but sometimes ice cream will be really soft. Refrigerator will keep food cold and even sometimes if you set it to the coldest setting it will have ice crystals in drinks. You can set the freezer to the coldest setting and it does not make the food any colder. Is this the thermostat, defroster or damper?

Mark for Model Number frs3hr5jb2

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Is there a specific terminal that the wires fasten to on my thermostat?

Keith for Model Number frs6lr5eb6

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How to get the damper off to put in a new cold control automatic defrost control part 3 241586503.

Carl K for Model Number FRS26KR4CQ1

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