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Light Rocker Switch
Fix Number FIX11738294
Manufacturer Part Number WP1118894
This light switch is triggered by the door opening and closing.
Fixes these symptoms
Light not working

Installation Instructions
Marilyn from Dublin, OH says,

Light switch no longer worked
Turn off and unplug your refrigerator. I used the screwdriver on the left side of the part (where the plug is) and used the putty knife at the same time on the right side to push the spring lock port...read more

Light Bulb - 120V 25W
Fix Number FIX11747806
Manufacturer Part Number WPA3073101
This twenty-five watt microwave light bulb is two and a half inches long. It has a small, screw-in base and it carries 120V. This item sells in a quantity of one, though many microwaves require two.
Fixes these symptoms
No Symptoms for this part
Installation Instructions
Philip from Greeneville, NC says,

Bulb needed replacement
Replacement light bulb does not work,...read more

Fix Number FIX12114323
Manufacturer Part Number W11117769
This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer. This leveling leg is commonly used with refrigerators, dryers, freezers, ranges, cooktops, and microwaves. This leveling leg ensure that your appliance is balanced and stable during operation. The smooth finish on the bottom of the leg also allows you to move your appliance more efficiently. This replacement part is simply threaded into the pre-drilled hole on the bottom of your appliance. This leveling leg is made of metal, and it is sold individually.
Fixes these symptoms
No Symptoms for this part
Freezer Door Key
Fix Number FIX11743291
Manufacturer Part Number WP61859-1
Fixes these symptoms
No Symptoms for this part
Door Gasket - White
Fix Number FIX11742228
Manufacturer Part Number WP4-81049-001
This white door gasket is used to make an air-tight seal for the cabinet when the door is closed.
Fixes these symptoms
Frost buildup

Door Gasket
Fix Number FIX11742411
Manufacturer Part Number WP4357099
This gasket is used on vertical freezers. Screws are no longer included.
Fixes these symptoms
Frost buildup

Gate Support - Right Hand
Fix Number FIX364082
Manufacturer Part Number 4357293
Fixes these symptoms
No Symptoms for this part
Installation Instructions
scott from north english, IA says,

Lower portion of gate support was broken off.
Lifted out gate. Loosened two screws from gate support. Slid gate support over end of gate and put the screws back in....read more

Drier (Service)
Fix Number FIX11749031
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10143759
This is a drier for your refrigerator. You may also know this part as an ultra violet dye drier or a filter drier. It filters the refrigerant that moves through the sealed system. If your fridge/freezer is not starting, you should consider replacing this part. If you have decided to replace the drier, we recommend considering an appliance repair technician that is licensed and trained. This is because installing it will require specialized knowledge and tools. During the repair, the refrigerant in the refrigerators sealed-system will need to be recovered and recharged.
Fixes these symptoms
No Symptoms for this part
Fix Number FIX11742207
Manufacturer Part Number WP4-60461-005
Fixes these symptoms
No Symptoms for this part
6-Hour Defrost Timer
Fix Number FIX11742506
Manufacturer Part Number WP4391974
This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer. This six-hour defrost timer is commonly used with refrigerators, and freezers. The defrost heater is in place to briefly heat the evaporator, also known as the cooling coil, which melts any frost that has built up on it during the cooling cycle. The defrost heater and compressor work in tandem, whenever one is on the other is off. Quite simply the defrost timer acts as a clock, it continually advances and alternates between activating the cooling cycle and the defrost heater. If you notice your fridge is not getting as cold as it should, or the temperature is not as consistent as it should be you might have a problem with the defrost timer in your appliance. This defrost timer has a six-hour timer, it is 1/2hp, 120V, and 60Hz. Before beginning this repair make sure you have unplugged your refrigerator, and safely stored sensitive food.
Fixes these symptoms
Fridge too warm

Installation Instructions
Paul from Enterprise, AL says,

Unit not self-defrosting
Replaced timer. Timer on this model is located outside of the refrigerator on lower back. Access and removal was easy using nut driver. Reinstallation of new, generic timer should have been completed ...read more

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