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    • Part Number: AP5688411
    • MFG Part Number: 241600906
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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The little window in the damper I have to opening or this open automatic?

Jorge

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WHICH PLug should i testohms on.....black and blue? going to the silver housing to the damper ?

Shane for Model Number PLHS267ZAB5

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The Damper control assembly started making a perculating noise and the refrigerator side is warmer than it should be. I pulled the damper off and it looks like its been chewed up. Even with the damper off and the refrigerator running there is not any air flow from the freezer to refrigerator. Do I have other problems than just the damper?

Brian for Model Number FRRS23KF6EW8

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I have a Frigidare refrigerator side by side mfg date 11/03. The model number is FRS26H5ASB9 Ser number LA34624185. Which damper do I need? #241600905 for one switch or the one for 2 switches.

Dean S for Model Number soofoo@aol.com

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The items on the top shlef freeze, including the water filter housing. Is this a damper control problem or thermostat?

Ruben for Model Number FRS23R4AW8, frigidaire refirgerator

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Seems the Damper Control Cover has thin ice on it..what could cause this

Sam I Am

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The side refrigerator stopped cooling and freezer side also began to lose temperature and the ice began to melt. I removed the ice from the ice maker. I removed all the things that were in the refrigerator and freezer. I kept the fridge plugged in, turned the temperature button FRESH FOOD and noticed where is located the damper control heard the noise of a running start and then the sound off. On the side of freezer temperature is sufficient to maintain fresh food like a refrigerator. The temperature at the side of the refrigerator fails to cool the water. What will stopped to maintain the temperature on both sides.

Joao P for Model Number FRS6R5ESBL

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I noticed items in the freezer were thawing. The control on the fridge side is blinking 4. I have tried reseting the temps, but both sides continue to warm. The unit is still producing ice cubes, but I removed the ice tray, as the cubes just melt in the freezer. Should I start by replacing the damper control?

Earl for Model Number PHS69EHSS3

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The question involves the hermetically sealed compressor Embraco EGY80HLP. The external electrical connector failed and was replaced. The old connectors were fuzed to the compressor pins and I had to file down and bend into shape the pins on the housing of the compressor before installing the new electrical switch. i presume I cracked the epoxy which sealed the compressor where the electrical pins protrude through the compressor wall. The freezer/fridge has lost its coolant and no longer holds a charge. Instead of replacing the compressor, I thought maybe getting some JB Weld and apply to the existing epoxy to seal it, followed by a recharge of the compressor coolant. Any idea whether this easy fix will work or am I wasting my time?

Mike J for Model Number Kenmore Energy Star side by side refrigerator/freezer

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How do I know if the damper control is one switch or two switch? Have a side by side refrigerator, Frigidarie Model number FRS6R5ES, constant clicking noise coming from looks to be the damper control. Any advice thanks?

Matt G for Model Number FRS6RES

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