Look around. I think Frigidaire is just a high end Whirlpool. Maybe its GE. Find the equivalent model of a cheaper brand and the part number will be the same. Sadly I've learned how to fix most appliances over the years. Rule 1, don't mess with microwaves, they could actually kill you. Rule 2, the old simple ones are so much better than the new fancy ones. No computer to burn out, parts are simple and affordable. Old models are good until the motor goes and even then it might be cheaper to replace the motor. New models are good until the motor or the computer goes.My fridge is a Frigidaire and came with the house. I don't care for it, just because it kinda feels cheap, as all Frigidaire stuff seems to be. It's overall a decent fridge though. The clips on a cosmetic cap over the wires connecting to the freezer door were broken probably before I took ownership. It keeps popping up and finally I went searching for a replacement. $28 dollars!! I think I'll try affixing it with velcro or something and see if it works.