Frigidaire
Window Air Conditioner

Model #FFRE1233Q1A6 Frigidaire room air conditioner

Here are the diagrams and repair parts for Frigidaire FFRE1233Q1A6 room air conditioner, as well as links to manuals and error code tables, if available.


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    Room Air Conditioner Accordion Filler Kit

    #15

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    $48.44 | 
    39% OFF MSRP:$80.00

    In Stock

    Room Air Conditioner Top Rail Screw Kit

    #14

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    $8.78 | 
    20% OFF MSRP:$11.00

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    Room Air Conditioner Installation Kit

    #16

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    $12.21 | 
    6% OFF MSRP:$13.00

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    Room Air Conditioner Track Rail, Upper

    #13

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    $39.26 | 
    11% OFF MSRP:$44.00

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    Room Air Conditioner Front Grille

    #2

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    $22.05

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    Room Air Conditioner Power Cord

    #11

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    $97.21 | 
    39% OFF MSRP:$160.00

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    Door

    #8

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    Door

    Part #5304476178
    $14.43

    In Stock

    Room Air Conditioner Foam Seal

    #17

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    $20.15 | 
    16% OFF MSRP:$24.00

    In Stock

    Room Air Conditioner Louver

    #7

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    $10.71 | 
    18% OFF MSRP:$13.00

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    Frame

    #4

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    Frame

    Part #5304476849
    $13.11 | 
    48% OFF MSRP:$25.00

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    Symptoms for window air conditioners

    Choose a symptom to see related window air conditioner repairs.

    Main causes: turning the air conditioner off and the back on too quickly, dirty or restricted condenser coil, compressor failure
    Main causes: dirty air filter, air conditioner is too small for the room, temperature set too cold, control failure
    Main causes: bad compressor, lack of refrigerant, bad compressor start relay, electronic control board failure
    Main causes: clogged condensate drain, air conditioner not leveled properly, leaky window air seals
    Main causes: lack of electrical power, bad electronic control board, wiring failure, bad temperature sensor
    Main causes: clogged drain hole, air conditioner not leveled properly

    Repair guides for window air conditioners

    These step-by-step repair guides will help you safely fix what’s broken on your window air conditioner.

    How to replace a window air conditioner ambient thermistor

    If your window air conditioner isn’t cooling properly, it might need a new ambient thermistor. You can replace it yourself following these instructions.

    Repair difficulty
    Time required
     45 minutes or less
    How to replace a window air conditioner condenser fan

    If the condenser fan blade is broken or the condenser fan motor won’t run, you can replace the broken parts yourself by following these instructions.

    Repair difficulty
    Time required
     90 minutes or less
    How to replace a window air conditioner electronic control board

    The electronic control board is the brain of your window air conditioner. Here’s how to replace it.

    Repair difficulty
    Time required
     45 minutes or less

    Articles and videos common to all room air conditioners

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

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