White-Westinghouse
Chest Freezer

Model #FC164DTW4 White-Westinghouse chest freezer - l284962

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    Freezer Gasket and Liner Fastener Kit#15

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    Fkl clip

    Part #F114681
    Replaced by #5304406520
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    This part replaces F114681. Substitute parts can look different from the original.
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    $23.49
    Freezer Temperature Control Thermostat#34

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    Temperature control

    Part #F126969
    Replaced by #5304496560
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    This part replaces F126969. Substitute parts can look different from the original.
    In Stock
    $40.39
    Freezer Door Hinge#17

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    Hinge

    Part #F112551-1
    Replaced by #297321900
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    This part replaces F112551-1. Substitute parts can look different from the original.
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    $73.29
    Service Cord#23

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    Service cord

    Part #F112959
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    $21.99
    Screw#19

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    Screw

    Part #F86847
    This item is not returnable
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    $2.16
    Freezer Condenser Coil#16

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    Condenser r1

    Part #F96391
    Replaced by #5303925238
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    Manufacturer substitution
    This part replaces F96391. Substitute parts can look different from the original.
    In Stock
    $450.88
    Light#6

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    Signal light

    Part #F128000
    Replaced by #297181900
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    Manufacturer substitution
    This part replaces F128000. Substitute parts can look different from the original.
    This item is not returnable
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    $13.14
    Refrigerator Cover#25

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    Cover

    Part #F122736
    Replaced by #08007438
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    Manufacturer substitution
    This part replaces F122736. Substitute parts can look different from the original.
    This item is not returnable
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    $7.49
    Freezer Overload and Start Relay Cover Clamp#26

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    Strap cover

    Part #G166057
    Replaced by #5303006412
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    This part replaces G166057. Substitute parts can look different from the original.
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    $2.18
    Freezer Nut#4

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    Fastener

    Part #F114337
    Replaced by #216922700
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    Manufacturer substitution
    This part replaces F114337. Substitute parts can look different from the original.
    This item is not returnable
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    $13.31

    Symptoms common to all freestanding freezers

    Choose a symptom to see related freezer repairs.

    Main causes: burned out light bulb, bad door or lid switch, faulty LED light board, wiring failure, control system failure
    Main causes: lack of power, bad compressor, refrigerant leak, bad thermistor, defrost system failure, dirty condenser coils, control failure
    Main causes: leaky door or lid gasket, broken defrost heater, bad defrost bi-metal thermostat, defrost control failure, faulty compressor
    Main causes: compressor failure, no refrigerant, faulty sensor, control failure, broken defrost heater, bad defrost bi-metal thermostat
    Main causes: excessive frost, bad defrost heater, bad defrost bi-metal, control system failure, low refrigerant charge, compressor problems
    Main causes: damaged door or lid gasket, cracked cabinet liner, bad defrost bi-metal thermostat, broken defrost heater, bad defrost timer
    Main causes: lack of power, control system failure, broken compressor start relay, locked up compressor, compressor motor failure
    Main causes: dirty condenser coils, condenser fan failure, dirty bottom front grill, leaky door or lid gasket

    Repair guides for chest freezers

    February 20, 2015
    By Lyle Weischwill
    How to replace a freezer compressor start relay

    The compressor start relay starts the compressor. If the compressor won’t start, follow these steps to replace a defective compressor start relay.

    Repair difficulty
    Time required
     15 minutes or less
    How to replace a freezer temperature control thermostat

    The cold control thermostat regulates the freezer temperature. A defective cold control thermostat can prevent the compressor from cycling on or off. Follow these steps to replace a defective cold control thermostat.

    Repair difficulty
    Time required
     15 minutes or less
    February 1, 2015
    By Lyle Weischwill
    How to replace a freezer lid gasket

    The lid gasket prevents air and moisture from entering the freezer when the lid is closed. Follow these steps to replace a torn or damaged lid gasket.

    Repair difficulty
    Time required
     30 minutes or less

    Articles and videos common to all freestanding freezers

    Use the advice and tips in these articles and videos to get the most out of your freezer.

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    April 12, 2021

    7 tips to prevent freezer burn

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    See how you can save frozen food from freezer burn.

    December 15, 2014

    5 tips for finding food in the freezer faster

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