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    • Part Number: AP3965251
    • MFG Part Number: 154106202
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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Does this brass have a slit in the nut from top to bottom or is the nut broken?

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For FRIGIDAIRE Heating element nut (Part Number: AP3965251)has a rubber washer, can I get a part number for that?

Ken for Model Number FDB126RBB2

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Hello. The heating element stopped working and began leaking. I removed the brass nuts and it appears the hole where the electrical connection goes through the tub is the same size as the brass nut. There is no way for it to tighten and not leak. The hole in the bottom of the tub is almost a 1/2". I don't see anything in the parts diagrams that would help. Please advise.

John for Model Number PLD4375RFC1

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Does the heating element nut fit all makes and models?

Steve O.

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Is there only one brass nut for the heating element?

Mandy for Model Number FDB1050REB0

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A plastic spoon fell from the top tray and melted to the heating element. After pulling it away we find that it is leaking underneath. Does the heating element have to be replaced or is it the bras nuts. Help please :)

Mandy for Model Number FDB1050REB0

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My thermal fuse keeps blowing in spite of changing the heating element. Any idea what could be causing it to blow? Thanks.

Jay for Model Number jhesscst@yahoo.com

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The nut on the heating element on my dishwasher is split. The electrical connection appebars to be soldered to the heating element. If this is the case can it be removed and resoldered?

John S. for Model Number 587-15152400

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My heater burned out on the dishwasher due to a faulty heating element nut. I'm replacing the heater (AP5628696), the heating element nut (AP3965251) and the heater terminal shield (AP2109194) because they've all been damaged. I also need to replace the terminal end of the wire that connects to the heater underneath the tub. After reading through the other questions posted I saw that you recommended using part AP5642027 as a replacement terminal. These are non-insulated terminals but it appears that the part I am replacing is insulated (it has a white plastic cover). Will this part work or do I need to buy either a different part or an additional insulating piece to go over the terminal? The white terminal insulator was badly burned due to the leak we had and is not useable.

Erin for Model Number FDB2410LDC3

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Hi, I ordered a new heating element nut, 154106202 however I also need to replace the clear plastic tube that goes beneath it. After I replaced the nut the clear plastic tube didnt fit well on it anymore. I ran the dishwasher and it must have leaked through to the connector below and caused it to char and smell burned. What is the part number for the clear plastic tube?

Mike for Model Number FDB1050REC0

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