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Ice Dispenser Door Seal

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PartSelect Number PS1526429
Manufacturer Part Number 241688701
Manufactured by Frigidaire
Product Description

Ice Dispenser Door Seal Specifications

This part works in conjunction with the ice chute door.
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Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Leaking
This part works with the following products:
Refrigerator.
This part works with the following products:
Frigidaire, Kenmore, Crosley, Westinghouse.
Part# 241688701 replaces these:
AP3965173, 1195922, 5304421629, 7241688701
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David Williams
August 29, 2017
Freezer is icing up around the ice channel and inside upper door. Will a new seal fix this problem? Thank you
For model number FFHS2611LW0
Hi David, Thank you for the question.You can remove the door seal and check to see if it has any visible damage or if it has become warped. You can also check the other components in the ice door to see if there is anything preventing the door from closing. If the door is not closing properly it can create the ice and frost build up you have. hope this helps

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Joe
October 11, 2017
The door on the ice dispenser doesn't automatically close after ice is dispensed.Can move the lever that you press to dispense ice forward and it will close.Appears to be a binding occurring or a weak spring to force it to close.How do I get access to determine the problem.Will the panel that holds the ice and water dispensers pry off from the front panel?
For model number 253.53723300
Hi Joe, Thank you for the question. Yes the dispenser cover will just pop off to expose the ice door. You can use a plastic putty knife or a similar took.Hope this helps!

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Ted
November 26, 2017
I have a lot of ice forming in the freezer side at the bottom of the compartment . Can't find the water leak yet.
For model number frs23kr4awo
Hi Ted, Thank you for your inquiry. If you have a lot of ice forming in the freezer section, a blocked defrost drain is one of the most common causes . This happens when food particles or other debris clogs up the drain hose, which can lead to ice buildup and, eventually, water leaking out of the freezer and refrigerator. You will need to flush the drain from inside the freezer with warm water, or you may have to remove the debris by hand. I hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day!

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Carl
January 26, 2018
How do I install the ice door seal?
Hello Carl, Thanks for your question. Unplug the fridge. Pull off the dispenser drip tray, then remove the screws at the bottom of the dispenser. Lift the frame and unhook it from the tabs, and disconnect the wiring carefully. Pull the frame off. Use a nutdriver to push the water line up through the opening. Remove the screws around it. Pull the assembly out and unhook the wiring harness using the locking tabs. Take the ice door seal off of the assembly by flexing it and lifting it off of the frame so it comes off the pin, and do the same on the other side. Take the center cap off using the locking tabs. Take the ice door seal off of the frame by pulling it off. Reverse the procedure to install. I hope this helps.

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Steve
March 30, 2018
How to install ice depenser rubber seal
Hello Steve, Thank you for your inquiry. Pull off the dispenser drip tray. Remove the screws that hold the dispenser frame in place with a philips screwdriver, then lift up on the frame and unhook it from the three locking tabs on the top. Disconnect the wiring harness that holds it to the dispenser control board behind the frame. Next you would need to remove the assembly that holds the control board and levers. Start by using a nut driver to push the water line up through the hole in the bottom, then use a philips screw driver to remove the three screws. Carefully pull the housing out and unhook the wiring harness by pressing on the locking tab and remove it from the control board. Now that you have the assembly out, you can flip it over and remove the ice door seal. It is mounted on a frame that is hooked onto the ice actuator arm, flex the arm outward slightly and lift up on the frame so it comes off the pin and do the same thing on the other side. Once you have it released, it should come forward because of the spring. Take the center cap off by twisting it to release it from the locking tabs, then lift it out and set it aside. Now you should be able to pop the seal out. Line up the new seal and push the three little pieces of the ring onto the frame and replace the center cap-the locking tabs need to go underneath the seal. Snap the seal and frame back underneath the actuator arm, making sure that pins are back in the ramps and move the ice arm back and forth to make sure everything moves properly. Then you can put the assembly back into the dispenser, start with putting the water line back through the opening, you may have to tilt the assembly to get it back in place. Carefully rotate the assembly over, reconnect the wiring harness, then lift the assembly back up into place and replace the screws. Re-attach the dispenser cover frame harness to the control board, snap the frame into the three tabs at the top and replace the screws and the drip tray. Hope this helps!

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