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Frigidaire 5304507201 Freezer Door Gasket Original Equipment (OEM) Part, White

(8 customer reviews)

This part is compatible with models including; LFFU1466GW0, FFU14F7HWH, LFFU1466GW1, LFFU1466GW2, LFFU1466GW3, 25323425100, CFU14F3HW1, FFU12M2AW0, FFU14F7HWC, FFU14F7HWB, FFU14F7HWE, FFU14F7HWD, FFU14F7HWG, FFU14F7HWF, CFU12M2HW2, CFU12M2HW1, 2539284010, 2539284011, FFU14K1CW0, FFU14K1CW1, 2539284014, FFU14M2AW0, 2539284015, CFU14F3HW0, 2539284012, FFU14M2AW2, 2539284013, FFU14M2AW1, 25326422100, 2539284017, FFU14F3AW3, FFU14F3AW2, FFU14F3AW1, FFU14F3AW0, LFFU1424DW9, AFFU1466DW0, MFU14F1GW0, AFFU1466DW1, MFU14F1GW1, AFFU1466DW2
This is a manufacturer substitution. Part may differ in appearance but is a functional equivalent to prior parts including; 216522306
Genuine Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) part. Compatible Brands: Frigidaire, Kenmore, Universal/Multiflex (Frigidaire), Gibson, Kenmore Elite, White-Westinghouse, Crosley, Kelvinator
This door gasket (part number 5304507201) is for freezers
Safely store any food that could deteriorate while the power is off and unplug the freezer before installing this part

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Genuine Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts! This door gasket (part number 5304507201) is for freezers. Door gasket 5304507201 creates a seal around the door to prevent warm air from entering the freezer. Safely store any food that could deteriorate while the power is off and unplug the freezer before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands. For Frigidaire, Kenmore, Universal/Multiflex (Frigidaire), Gibson, Kenmore Elite, White-Westinghouse, Crosley, & Kelvinator.

Specification: Frigidaire 5304507201 Freezer Door Gasket Original Equipment (OEM) Part, White

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 27.25 × 0.5 × 54.5 in

8 reviews for Frigidaire 5304507201 Freezer Door Gasket Original Equipment (OEM) Part, White

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  1. Alexandra Sinclaire

    I hated that I had to pay so much money for this door gasket, I paid less for the actual freezer used. However, it fit perfectly and my wife is very happy now that the frost free freezer is not frosting up around the light and the door. Anyway, I own an appliance business so here are a few tips on install.some people remove the door and install the gasket on a flat surface but it’s not compulsory, Do Not remove the screws, just loosen them enough to get the gasket under the trim then tighten. When you unpack the gasket it will be kinked and the door won’t close properly, here is how you solve that. If you live in a place that’s sunny and warm, lay the gasket out flat in the sun for 20 mins or so, if it’s not warm outside you can soak the gasket in hot water for 10 minutes. Another way to do it is to install the gasket then use a hairdryer to help form it into shape or a heat gun if you have one. Plastic is way more flexible when it’s warm. I didn’t do that with mine, I smeared petroleum Jelly (Vaseline) all around the gasket where the gasket touches the frame, then I pushed the door shut with pressure until it was sealed all the way around. We left it overnight and the next day it was formed perfectly, the Vaseline makes the rubber more flexible. You can wipe it off after a week. Good advice on all fridge and freezer doors is to smear a thin layer of Vaseline on the door seals once every 6 months to keep them flexible. Also, check under the base of the door, there may be two circles that are check valves, make sure they aren’t clogged or broken, you can look up “freezer door vent” for more info. If it’s not the door seal causing your frosting up it could be a broken check valve.Read more

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  2. Billie Austin

    I saw how many screws were involved and how easy was to mess up. Our appliance guy was scheduled for our ac check up so I spent 20 bucks and let him do it super fast. Warm it up a bit and use a tiny electric screw driver. Do not remove the screws just loosen them enough to slip this right in place. My appliance guy made it look easy. The gasket was new and a perfect fit. There were two kinks from it being forced into a folded square but the heat gun and pressure from the door fixed that in 24 hours. I gently used my fingers after door was closed to plump it up twice during those two days. It got here days quicker and cheaper than sears or local appliance repair company. Thanks Prime.Read more

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  3. Mark Shantz

    This seal is garbage. It doesn’t fit the door properly and doesn’t make a good seal to the freezer. Comparing it to the original it is about 3/4 of the right thickness and much more flimsy. The product came all wadded and twisted up in a bag and the rubber material is all compressed together allowing a gap between the door and freezer when the door is closed. This is a very cheaply made aftermarket product with a zero chance of working as it’s supposed to. Do yourself a favor and don’t buy this. I wish I didn’t.Read more

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  4. John Scott

    It’s exactly the size that I needed. Took a while to get the shape needed due to the way it was packaged. Needed to use a hair dryer to help shape it once it was installed.Read more

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  5. Lori C.

    I have been so busy with the garden and animals that I ask the kids to do it, they said we dont know how I said I watched you tube and its very easy, told them how and they had it done in less then 15 minutes! My freezer is not beeping at me any more and no more ice built up on the door!!! Woohooo!Read more

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  6. Cooter

    Product was defective, I did not request a refund, simply made comments so. Seller made a refund anyway, anyone that stands behind their product should be considered trustworthy.Read more

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  7. Lisa A. Moore

    It was a little pricier than I expected but still cheaper than the manufacturer. Fairly easy to install. There ar eno instructions, so me Sure you note how the old one is installed before you remove it.Read more

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  8. Doug T

    This item replaced a magnetic freezer door gasket. Installation was made easier after taking hints from YouTube University. I did lay the freezer on it’s back and opened the door to support it on a saw horse, since it wasn’t removable. Gasket looks good after installation. Shipping was excellent, packed in a nice cardboard box. It was NOT wadded up in a bag. It should create less frost in this frost free freezer.Read more

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