Model #FRS24WSCB1 FRIGIDAIRE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Auger motor replacement FRS24WSCB1 Frigidaire Side by side refrigerator

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Thank you for choosing SearsPartsDirect.com. DIY projects are always a good time. I see here I have a step by step on how to replace that auger motor (5304462594).
First, you will need to remove the ice bin from the refrigerator. It should just slide out. Then remove any of the shelves that are in the way of the bracket. Now unplug the refrigerator so there is no chance of getting shocked. Then remove the screws that secure the bracket to the refrigerator. Once it is loose, go ahead, and pull it away from the wall so you can disconnect the wires. After making note of the wire connections, disconnect them and remove the whole assembly. Now you have to remove the coupler. To remove this coupling will require, holding the motor shaft with some channel lock pliers and turning the coupling clockwise, to remove it. If the threads on the motor shaft are damaged or are damaged, the motor will need to also be replaced. After the coupler is removed, you can remove the screws securing the motor and the solenoid. Reinstall the parts in the reverse order on the new bracket. Once assembled install the assembly in the refrigerator.

I hope this helps you. Have a great day!

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Samantha A -
Sears Technician
March 21, 2014
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I have looked at the step by step video and although it helps, it does not show the clip that I need to remove - its not a coupler but a clip. It is stripped and will not come off the motor shaft. Also, what size coupler will I need to get to reassemble the bracket onto the shaft?

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impat -
March 26, 2014
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