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    • Part Number: AP2145312
    • MFG Part Number: 5303300027
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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When the frig stop running, I turn freezer temp control off then on, then the frig works again for few weeks. Now it stop running. What's wrong? Thanks for your time. Model 25358082898

Casey for Model Number 25358082898

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The freezer nor bottom fridge get cool. I've cleaned n vacuumed all debris from coils and fan. The fan under the fridge and the fan in the freezer work fine and both doors seal perfectly. I can hear the motor running and I am not sure what to do to solve the problem. Can you help please thank you.

Ruben for Model Number kenmore 70182000 refridgerator

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Unit was running OK for a few days, then the temperature in both freezer and fresh food sections became warm. If I unplug the unit and/or turn the freezer control off then back on, it would work again for a few days, then get warm again. So I cleaned the condenser coils, tested the door seals, replaced the bi-metal switch, tested the defrost heater and it works. Now the temperature in the fresh food section is good, about 40°F. Temperature in freezer is about 10°F at the top (near ice maker) and -20 deg F at bottom. Compressor, condenser fan, and evaporator fan run constantly. I did hear them kick off for a bit but now running again constantly. Freezer and fresh food compartments near empty. Are the temperatures in the freezer normal? I did order the defrost timer, but have not replaced it. Can it be the defrost timer or temperature controller or something else? Thanks, Michael

Michael for Model Number FRS26ZSHB2

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What is the tiny screw to the left of the knob on a temperature control for frs24ged refridge?

Bob

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On a old frigidare one door (not auto defrost) do the temp controls all common. There is no model # & the ref goes on for 10 seconds & shuts off to cycle again.

Josestove for Model Number none

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My fridge is warm the freezer is cold, the fan is running in the freezer. The door is open where the sensor is in the fridge control knob. What could it b? The temperature control in freezer? Or the fan?

Michelle for Model Number Frs24zrhw2

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I paid a technician to replace my temperature cold control (PS462839) two years ago. This January, the freezer/refrigerator stopped cooling on its own. However, if I just open the freezer door, or tap on the box that houses the thermostat, the then that activates the cold control to turn on, as it has stopped activating on its own. Is the temperature cold control device bad or is it something else? If possible, I would really like to replace the part myself this time.

Allen, Tx Resident for Model Number FRS26ZSHB3

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My refrigerator goes from normal operation for a few hours to no cooling after about twelve hours. It has never frozen up. I changed the defrost thermostat, and then the defrost timer. Freezer is 14°F for awhile then it is 35°F and then it comes back on and cools to 14°F again. Temperature Control next?

Harley for Model Number FRS26ZSHB1

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Freezer coils freeze solid. Will not defrost coils. Has new defroster heater, timer, and freezer thermostat. Also in the wiring diagram it shows a cold cont. What is this and could this be the trouble?

R Brown for Model Number FRS26KR4JW1

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Can you explain why the freezer section is cold but the refrigerator section is not? Everything placed there do not get cold.

Sansukai for Model Number FRS26ZRF

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