Do you need help replacing the Defrost Drain Kit (Part # 5304443219) in your Refrigerator? With this video, Steve will show you how easy it is to complete this repair yourself, by taking you through the process step-by-step. When you do the repair yourself, you can save time and money that you would normally spend on having an expensive repair technician come to your home. At PartSelect, we provide tools for success at every stage of the repair and have been helping do-it-yourselfers since 1999!

Do you need a replacement Defrost Drain Kit for your Refrigerator? At PartSelect, we pride ourselves on selling only Original Equipment Manufacturer parts, so you know the part you buy will be compatible with your Refrigerator. You can pick up an authentic OEM part sourced directly from the original manufacturer here:

The information in this video is specific to Kenmore, Frigidaire, Westinghouse, Crosley, Gibson, and Tappan Refrigerators. If you’re looking for a replacement Defrost Drain Kit for a different model Refrigerator, simply enter your model number into our website here:

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If you are having one or more the following issues with your Refrigerator, replacing the Defrost Drain Kit may solve your problem:
1. Leaking

For a list of other parts that could be causing one of these symptoms, visit our Refrigerator repair page, for help troubleshooting the problem: is committed to providing you with high-quality parts, quickly and easily. Buy with confidence by learning about our Same-Day Shipping, Secure Shopping, and 30-Day Return Policy on our website.

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Here is a list of tools you will need to complete this repair at home:
• no tools

This Defrost Drain Kit Matches the Following Product Numbers:
PartSelect Part Number: PS979895
OEM Part Number: 5304443219

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  1. OMG this was informative. I thought I was going to have to get a new fridge. My problem was my pan wasn’t snapped in place so it was leaning downward causing a watery mess on the floor all the time

  2. Why would this pan ever need to be replaced? There’s fault further up if the freezer is not draining properly. I don’t get it.

  3. Hi what can we do if we hear the dripping it can be annoying….there is no leak the Frigidaire refrigerator I’m able to just hear it….I was wondering if putting a soft pad in the try would be ok to stop the noise….

  4. I got it out . jammed my hand in n pushed the tab down and worked the whole thing side to side to get the tab to release. Lost power and LOTS of chicken was in the freezer , so the tray was full of nasty.

  5. How to fix a Frigidaire Throw it in the trash and buy something that works🚮 besides Frigidaire! (Show you care don’t buy Frigidaire)

  6. Appreciate the video but that thing is cemented on. Fought with it for 30 minutes before deciding I’m never buying a Frigidaire again. Who hires designers/engineers who use liquid cement to affix a part that needs regular maintenance?

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