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Ice Maker
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Fix Number FIX1993870
Manufacturer Part Number WR30X10093
The ice maker assembly makes ice by filling the tray with water from the inlet valve, freezing it until solid cubes are formed, and then ejecting them into the ice bucket. This process will repeat until the bucket has reached capacity. If your fridge is no longer making ice, the assembly may need to be replaced. This is a genuine OEM replacement that measures 10 inches by 5 inches in size and will make seven crescent shaped pieces of ice each cycle. The kit is mainly made of white plastic, and includes a 4-pin round plug-in connector, a 6-post plug-in connector, tube, and fill cup. Depending on your frequency of use, the ice maker may need to be replaced every three to ten years. Regular wear and tear is the main reason this part may need to be replaced but be mindful of accidental damage.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Ice maker dispenses too little ice
  • Ice maker dispenses too much ice
  • Ice maker not making ice
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Installation Instructions
marion from raleigh, NC
Ice maker stopped making ice
Super easy. Loosen 2 screws. Disconnect power line. Take out broken part and plug in new part then slide icemaker back in place and tighten 2 screws. Saved me the $89 service call plus whatever they would have overcharged for the part! And no waiting around for repair guy! Read more...
$9.72
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Light Switch
Fix Number FIX8758429
Manufacturer Part Number WR23X10725
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Installation Instructions
Sheila from los angeles, CA
Door would not close after insatallation
Followed the video with no problems, but the door would not close. There is a rubber bumper that the light switch strikes, This bumper was not horizontal, and just had to be twisted to a horizontal position. The door then closed tightly, Total repair time was about 5 minutes! Read more...
$70.75
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Refrigerator Ice and Water Filter
Fix Number FIX8746144
Manufacturer Part Number MWFP
This is an OEM replacement water filter for your refrigerator. The manufacturer suggests replacing this filter every 6 months or 300 gallons of water. If not replaced regularly, you will risk contaminants getting into your water, and poor performance of your water dispenser and/or icemaker. This filter has a twist and lock design, making the replacement of this part very simple and tool-free. Please note that the manufacturer has updated this filter, so if this is the first time installing it you may require an adapter, which is sold separately. If your model has a reset button, do not forget to hold it down for a few seconds to reset the indicator once you?ve replaced this part.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Fridge too warm
  • Ice maker dispenses too little ice
  • Ice maker not making ice
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Installation Instructions
saul from wylie, TX
the fridge would not stay cool
Replace the termostat and temp sensor for those two you have to cut and splice new wires. And the water filter easy twist off and twist back on for the heater and braket assembly it was pull out old and place new maybe hour long job Read more...
$18.36
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Temperature Sensor
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Fix Number FIX304103
Manufacturer Part Number WR55X10025
The temperature sensor, also referred to as a thermistor, is used to monitor the refrigerator and freezer internal temperatures. The sensor is a small capsule like device that is protected by a white plastic casing. The sensor sends the temperature reading to the control board, which uses this information to turn on the compressor and fan circuits. If this part is malfunctioning it may inaccurately signal the control board to turn off these components, resulting in warmer than normal temperatures in the fresh food and freezer sections. This part can break from material fatigue through normal use, and will need to be replaced when this happens. You will find this part attached to the evaporator and control housing in your appliance. This OEM part measures roughly 1.25 inches with 18-inch long wire leads. For this repair, you will need a 1/4 inch nut driver, a pair of strippers and crimpers, and a pair of wire splice connectors.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Doesn’t stop running
  • Freezer not defrosting
  • Freezer section too warm
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Installation Instructions
Steven from Indio, CA
Fresh food section not cooling
Online info suggested thermal sensor was the issue (coils cleaned, fans functional). I ordered the part and received it in 2 days. Finding the sensor was the issue. I removed the shelves, then removed a temp control knob, the lights and the protective panel covering them. I removed a long white panel (no screws), removed two panels (one with 2 screws, one with three screws. The thermal sensor was behind the last panel removed. The cooling coils with the thermal sensor were covered with a styrofoam like device. Used a hair dryer to melt the ice. The new sensor was then put in place as per other videos on this topic. It took longer to melt the ice then to remove the panels giving access to the sensor. All in all a pretty easy repair. BTW, refrigerator is working fine (0-2F in freezer, 37F in fresh foods side). Read more...
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40WATT 15AMP INCANDESCENT BULB
Fix Number FIX217532
Manufacturer Part Number 40A15
Installation Instructions
Jeffrey from SEATTLE, WA
Bake element replacement
1. Turn of over power at the breaker.
2. Remove bake element cover. There's 2 quarter inch nuts.
3. Disconnect old element. For me there was not much play in the wires so when I disconnected the old element I lost the wire in the insulation. If this happened you can remove the central plate cover on the back of the oven and you can easily find the wires again.
4. Connect the replacement element.
5. Screw the bake element cover back in.
6. Turn power back on.
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Evaporator Fan Grommet - Red
Fix Number FIX963756
Manufacturer Part Number WR02X12008
The evaporator fan grommet is used to provide a cushion between the fan motor and the motor mounting bracket in your freezer. This genuine OEM part is about one inch in diameter and is red in color. It is part of the motor assembly found behind the evaporator fan cover at the back of your freezer. If the fan has become quite noisy, it may be time to replace the grommet. To complete this repair, you will need to remove everything from the freezer including the ice tray, the fan cover, freezer floor, evaporator cover, and the fan motor assembly. The tools you will need for this job include a pair of needle nose pliers, a Philips screwdriver and a small flat blade screwdriver, along with a 1/4-inch and a 5/16-inch nut driver. Please ensure that you disconnect the power supply to your fridge before you begin this repair.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Clicking sound
  • Freezer section too warm
  • Fridge too warm
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Installation Instructions
Michael from Burlington, MA
Fan was missing a left bumper from manufacturer & causing noise/vibration
Unplugged refrigerator then emptied freezer and removed wire shelf. In back removed phillip head screws. Removed circulation cowling & carefully pulled up and out styrofoam insert. Removed fan bracket & unplugged unit from tabs. Replaced front & back grommets and lid bumpers. Eliminated excessive noise from fan due to heavy vibration. Read more...
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Power Cord
Fix Number FIX759476
Manufacturer Part Number WR23X10300
$46.78
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Run Capacitor
Fix Number FIX11764031
Manufacturer Part Number WR55X24064
This part helps the compressor kick on and off while maintaining a constant temperature to keep things frozen in your freezer. This part has been updated by the manufacturer and may appear different than the original, but should function the same.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Clicking sound
  • Freezer section too warm
  • Fridge and Freezer are too warm
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Installation Instructions
Peter from Larkspur, CA
The compressor would start/stop intermittently at times.
Removed heavy items in refrigerator, protected wood floor with rosin paper, rolled out refrigerator. Unplug the refrigerator. Removed the fan and unplugged it, replaced the capacitor located behind fan (discharged it first using a resistor and wire leads), removed the plastic relay cover off the side of compressor (was tough since it is located in a tight space), unplugged and replaced the relay. To reinstall the plastic cover, I cut a couple small slits in the sides of the plastic cover so it would easily slide down. Reconnected all wires, reinstalled the fan. Plugged in and rolled back into the wall. Was an easy job except getting the plastic cover out. So far the refrigerator is working good! Read more...
$80.58
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Defrost Timer - 120V 60Hz
Fix Number FIX310869
Manufacturer Part Number WR9X502
This defrost timer will cycle for twenty-five minutes after every six hours of run time. The timer itself is made of plastic, and its terminals are bent, the leads are internal, and the label is orange.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Freezer not defrosting
  • Freezer section too warm
  • Freezer too cold
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Installation Instructions
David from Davis, CA
water leaking in main compartment
followed your video, the model was different than the one in your video, but same basics, defrost timer was located in housing with the light and temp. controls. thanks for the videos, big help. Read more...
$21.51
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Key
Fix Number FIX11729544
Manufacturer Part Number WR01X26468
This key is for freezers. If your key will not lock or unlock the freezer door, check it to see if it has been bent or damaged. If it has been damaged, you should look to replace it to avoid damaging the lock. The key should engage the locking mechanism with ease. These keys are sold separately, and should be stored somewhere safe and not next to the unit.

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