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Defrost Timer

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Part Number PD00005279
Manufacturer Part 215846604
Manufactured By Frigidaire OEM Info
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Part Description

Refrigerator Defrost Timer.  6 hour, 21 minute cycle.  This is a new GENUINE Frigidaire replacement part.

Compatible Brands

  • Crosley
  • Frigidaire
  • Kelvinator
  • Kenmore
  • Tappan
  • White Westinghouse

This Part PD00005279 (Mfg #215846604) replaces these parts:

  • 3007400
  • 08000035
  • 08003824
  • 08011620
  • 241809401
  • 29811-3
  • 3001268
  • 241809402
  • 5300541134
  • 5300800692
  • 5303007400
  • 5308000035

Our Competitor’s Part Numbers for this part

  • 442754
  • AP2592907
  • EAP423802
  • PS423802

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  • Defrost Timer
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Customer
Kyle from CT
Problem

No cold air entering fridge coils froze with ice build up

Tools

Socket Wrench

Repair & Advice

Was easier to do then expected you will see in fridge part of unit at least on my model there is 4 bolts holding light fixture/temp control for fridge just remove those four bolts then pull forward and down bit, you will see a wire with easy connect just disconnect the connector and whole fixture can then be pulled out from fridge then you will see the defrost timer inside, simply take off the two screws holding timer down, carefully unplug the timer from unit helps to use flat head screwdriver to gentle and evenly disconnect timer because it may seem little stiff in connector yet just be patient and it will pop right off. Then you can put new one in you can’t mess it up because there is only one way it will fit on connector then just reverse steps and put it all back together.

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