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kenmore-5304491941-Refrigerator Compressor Start Relay Kit
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Refrigerator Compressor Start Relay Kit 5304491941

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Part #5304491941

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10% OFF MSRP:$72.00
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This part fits
Kenmore, Kenmore Elite, Electrolux, Frigidaire, Crosley, White-Westinghouse, Gibson

Part Information

Compressor start relay kit 5304491941 is an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) part that fits some Kenmore, Frigidaire, Electrolux, Crosley, Gibson and White-Westinghouse refrigerators. It also fits some Kenmore, Frigidaire and Gibson upright freezers.

Compressor start relay kit 5304491941 includes the compressor start relay, run capacitor, wire harness adapter, 2 wire terminals, 2 wire connectors, 2 pieces of wire connection shrink tubing, the wire retaining clip and kit instructions sheet.

Clarification of instructions: Kit 5304491941 now uses a wire harness with white wires; attach the red compressor power wire to the wire harness adapter's white wire that plugs into the start device terminal at the outside edge of the start device.

Replaces original refrigerator and freezer compressor start relay part numbers 216649316, 218721119, 241524601, 241524605 and 5304468029.

Fits some refrigerators in the following series: Kenmore and Kenmore Elite 253; Frigidaire FRS, FRT, FRX, FSC, GLH, GLR, GS2, NGS, PHS, PLH and PLRS; Electrolux E23; Crosley CRSE; Gibson GRS and GRT; and White-Westinghouse WRS and WRT. Also fits some upright freezers in these series: Kenmore 253; Frigidaire FFU; and Gibson GFU.

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Jasdco
Portage, MIReviews 1Votes 2
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• 3 years ago
Jasdco• 3 years ago
worked great!

Had to cut the old one off and splice the wires. The old one was hard-wired, not a quick-release. Pretty easy, but you might want to have a few extra wire splice connectors because it's not always easy to get both ends to crimp nice and tight the first time. You'll want to pull a little on the wires to make sure that they're tight, and if they come out, you'll have to get a new splice connector and start over.

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