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Member Since 30 Jul 2010
Offline Last Active Mar 03 2015 01:31 PM

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In Topic: FRS6HR5HB1 Frigidaire Refrigerator Dispenser Flap Help.

03 June 2014 - 03:26 PM

Thanks but that video is not a similar refrigerator.  I'll have to get the part numbers I put on and get back with you.

In Topic: FRS6HR5HB1 New Control Wiring Harness Does Not Fit.

25 May 2014 - 06:59 AM

The part comes with instructions (or SHOULD have) for adapting this.  


How could you possibly adapt?  The harness does not fit.  And I didn't see any instructions for it.

Could someone post the instructions please?  I'd love to see them.



In Topic: Frigidaire r/f

24 May 2014 - 07:04 AM

You cannot simply turn the harness over, there is no room for the tab on the bottom.  I see this post is several months old and Frigidaire or whoever still hasn't solved the problem.  I'll assume dryerman is right and Part number: 5303918341

Part number: 5303918341

is the right part number.  We will see. 

In Topic: Frigidaire Top Load HE FAHE4044MW0

08 May 2014 - 08:42 AM

I've never worked on one of these but from the picture it appears ref#52 and the springs ref#55 don't have anything to do with the suspension.  Those appear to be lid springs to keep the lid from slamming closed.


Before finishing this post I looked up these parts just to verify.  Ref#55 are lid assist springs just as I suspected and ref#52 are called Hinge stops.


All the springs that have to do with the suspension are in the Motor&Tub break down picture.  There are 3 main springs that go from each of the milk stool support arms to the base and 6 lighter centering springs, (2 at each of the main springs - looks like one on each side of each of the 3 main springs).   It appears that each of the three main springs, where they attach to the base plate have a six step attachment point to adjust the tension so that the tub stays centered - a very similar setup to the standard original top load Frigidaire washers.


I went back to the customers house before I saw your post and you are, of course, 100% correct.  Thanks.

In Topic: changing dryer cords

07 May 2014 - 05:35 PM

If you're gonna use 4 wire use white to neutral, center terminal.  Green goes to the cabinet. If there is a bonding jumper from center terminal to cabinet unbond it. 

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