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Looking for parts breakdown for new Frigidaire 5 cbft. chest freezer FFCS0522AW


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Manufacturer: Frigidaire
Type of Appliance: Chest Freezer
Model Number: FFCS0522AW
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Frigidaire 5 cbft. chest freezer - (Made in China)
Mod# FFCS0522AW
Ser# AA92701730 (Mfg.Dt. 7/2019)

Only thing I can find is the owners manual on the B2B.Frigidaire site and the actual freezer for sale at numerous locations by Google.

Need the parts break down to get the Frigidaire part# for the Cold Control/T-Stat.

No Frigidaire part#'s on original control, #'s on original control:
20190622-422 (I'm pretty sure this is just the build date code)
WPF28E-EX (This is the China manufacture that made this unit part#)
17431000001341 (Don't know what this # is)

Using the WPF # I found some that are the same basic t-stat with the pawl nut mount, small 3/16" terminals and form factor for a GE 5 cbft chest freezer but don't know if cap tub length or knob position would be correct.

Found the exact on Alibaba for only $1.25-$1.99 but only in 1000 lot quantity

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@David C Wouldn't be surprised at all if that is the case - that's BS when the cold control completely fails only a month or two after the 1 year warranty is out.

They are looking for a  new one at this point, (they only paid somewhere around $150-$170 brand new on sale).

This is a relatively inexpensive, (and cheap looking), t-tstat so the repair cost was still going to equal pretty close to what they paid for it.

Really only four parts, not counting trim,baskets and sealed system, (power light, cold control, start relay, door gasket).

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