Frigidaire Refrigerator Model FGHS2665KF1 Parts

Frigidaire Refrigerator Model FGHS2665KF1 Parts
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System Dispensing System

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PureSource Ultra® water filter reduces contaminants including lead, chlorine and mercury. For use on all side-by-side French door models. Designed to eliminate odors and provide up to 6 months of clean water by removing 99% of microbiological agents. Certified to meet NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53.

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Refrigerator water inlet valve assembly. If the icemaker or water dispenser no longer work the water valve may be defective.

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Ice maker assembly with cover and wire harness. Makes 8 radius ice cubes. If the mold where cubes are made is flaking or corroded it is time for a new ice maker assembly. *Use model number to find correct icemaker.

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Refrigerator icemaker assembly. Ice maker itself will have part number 241798231 written on it. If the icemaker is not working, make sure the freezer temp. is around zero degrees Fahrenheit. If the fridge is operating at the proper temperature, the icemaker or water valve could be defective.

Frigidaire Refrigerator Model FGHS2665KF1 Parts

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