Do you need help replacing the Micro Switch (Part # 241689101) 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 Micro Switch 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:
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The information in this video is specific to Frigidaire, Kenmore, Crosley, Westinghouse, Electrolux, and Gibson Refrigerators. If you’re looking for a replacement Micro Switch 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 Micro Switch may solve your problem:
1. Not Dispensing Water

For a list of other parts that could be causing one of these symptoms, visit our Refrigerator repair page, for help troubleshooting the problem:
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This Micro Switch Matches the Following Product Numbers:
PartSelect Part Number: PS1526433
OEM Part Number: 241689101

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4 COMMENTS

  1. I had to replace my ice spout. The spout has plastic piece that sticks out the side of this part that hits the ice maker dispenser switch and actuates the machinery. That tiny plastic piece had broken off. This video was extremely helpful. The video, plus $78 for the part, fixed my fridge.

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