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Light Bulb - 40W
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Fix Number FIX884734
Manufacturer Part Number 8009
This is a genuine OEM 40-Watt replacement light bulb that is compatible with various types of appliances. It has a frosted glass bulb with a standard metal socket base, making it easy to screw and unscrew by hand to replace. It is designed to tolerate extreme temperatures, which is why it is commonly used to light the inside of refrigerators and ovens. Depending on the appliance and location of the bulb, disconnecting the power is recommended. This bulb is sold individually.
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Helen from Quincy, MA
lightbulb in refrigerator went out
Removed plastic shield on top of refrigerator. Removed old bulb.. Replaced new bulb. Reinstalled plastic shield. Voila! Read more...
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Chrome Drip Bowl - 8 inch
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Fix Number FIX11750107
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10196405
This chrome drip bowl is an OEM approved replacement part sourced directly from the manufacturer. Drip bowls are a part for your cooktop, positioned underneath the burner to catch spills. This drip bowl fits under 8-inch burner elements and has a diameter of approximately 10-inches. It is common for the manufacturer to switch up designs, so it may not match your current part, however searching using the correct model number will ensure proper fit and function. Drips bowls are prone to wear and tear and can be a fire hazard if not replaced when needed. It is also a quick, easy, and cheap way to give your appliance a fresh new look. Each drip bowl is sold individually, so if you are interested in replacing your other drips bowls, they need to be ordered separately. This is also an opportune time to inspect the terminals for corrosion or damage, and the condition of the burner. No tools are required for installation, simply line up the hole on the bowl with the terminal block and drop it into place. Give your new drip bowl a regular cleaning with warm water and soap to help it last as long as possible.
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Henry from St Louis, MO
Replace old drip Bowls
Remove heating elements, remove old drip bowl, install new drip bowls replace heating elements. Read more...
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Drip Bowl - 6 Inch
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Fix Number FIX11750108
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10196406
This chrome drip bowl is an OEM approved replacement part designed for use with various models of electric ranges and cooktops. This drip bowl fits under 6-inch burner elements and has a diameter of approximately 8 inches. It sits under the burner, keeping any drips and spill contained. It is common for this part to become discolored, corroded, or otherwise damaged with time, and will need to be replaced. Each drip bowl is sold individually, so this is a good time to check the other drip bowls on the appliance in case you would like to replace those as well (sold separately). No tools are required for installation, simply line up the hole on the bowl with the terminal block and drop it into place. By routinely cleaning this part, it will help to prolong its life.
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Henry from St Louis, MO
Replace old drip Bowls
Remove heating elements, remove old drip bowl, install new drip bowls replace heating elements. Read more...
$32.94
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2 Piece Broiler Pan
Fix Number FIX971245
Manufacturer Part Number 4396923
The top of this part is now black.
$13.39
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Surface Burner Plug-In Block Kit
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Fix Number FIX340571
Manufacturer Part Number 330031
This is a genuine OEM replacement part. This surface burner plug-in block kit is designed for use with surface elements of your ranges and cooktops. This kit helps connect the wire harness to the surface element. If your element is not heating, or if it only heats intermittently you may have an issue with your terminal block. This is a newer-style terminal block kit, it includes the plastic receptacle block, two metal brackets, two pre-crimped hi-temp wire leads with terminals, two ceramic nuts, two screws, and heat shrinking insulators. Before beginning this repair make sure you have unplugged your appliance.
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Doris from Skoke, IL
Elements heat sporatically
I followed the steps in the instructions which were very easy, once the electric power was turned off to the range. I replaced 2 burner plug in blocks in less than 30 minutes. I am embarrassed to say that these burners have not been functional for almost 3 years. I thought that I could not work with electric. Just make sure you have the tools on hand and read the instructions first. I am a mid-50's female, if I can do this so can anyone else! Read more...
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Terminal Block
Fix Number FIX11750972
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10245259
It provides a way of connecting individual electrical wires and offers protection of the device from electrical surges (voltages and/or currents).
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  • Element will not heat
  • Little to no heat when baking
  • Touchpad does not respond
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Heating Element Brass Nut
Fix Number FIX1524878
Manufacturer Part Number 154106202
This heating element mounting nut is used in dishwashers and is used to hold the nut to prevent leaking. If your nut is damaged or you notice leaking from the dishwasher, then replacing this nut will solve this problem. The tools needed for this repair are a 1/2 inch wrench, 1/4 inch nut driver, and needle nose pliers. To repair, locate the two element heating nuts. Next, disconnect connecter wire and remove nut with wrench. Tip: when installing new nut, remember to add insulator sleeve back on. As a safety precaution, remember to disconnect the water supply line before beginning this installation. Also, unplug your dishwasher from the power source.
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janet from Galena, MO
water leaking out bottom
turned off power to dishwasher at the elec. panel. removed the "kickplate" off front bottom of dishwasher. leak was coming from where the heating element went thru tub. removed connector from bottom of heating element and brass nut practically fell off. it was cracked. ordered new brass nuts from this site it arrived quickly and installed it immediately. used a deep well socket to tighten the nut and leak was gone. Waaa Laaa!! Read more...
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Flat Style Oven Igniter
Fix Number FIX387058
Manufacturer Part Number 786324
This is an authentic OEM replacement part.?This flat style over igniter is commonly used in ranges and wall ovens. This igniter is specifically used to ignite the broil element. The igniter pulls current from the ignition circuit, the more current it pulls the hotter the element gets. When it starts to glow and it reaches a certain temperature the gas valve will open and this igniter will create the spark needed to light the gas. When you are installing this replacement part you will need to reuse the original mounting bracket, and you will need a screwdriver. This ignitor is approximately 7.5 inches in length, it is flat in style, it has a 5-1/4-inch ceramic block, and it features 12-inch wire leads. Be careful not to touch the black element as it is very fragile. Before starting this repair make sure you have shut off the gas supply and unplugged the appliance.
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  • Element will not heat
  • Gas igniter glows, but will not light
  • Little to no heat when baking
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Rex from Naperville, IL
Oven took a long time to preheat
Replaced the "bake igniter." Removed the old one by first removing the door oven (instructions in the owners manual), then the heat shields at bottom of oven, and then removed the three screws holding the bracket surrounding the igniter. Had to remove metal back of the range (very easy - five or six screws) to access the wire nuts connecting the igniter. Connected new igniter using the same wire nuts, re-taped the wire nuts, and reinstalled everything in reverse order of above. Had it not been for the difficult position of the range, (basically positioned as a "built-in) the time to complete would be about 20 minutes. Read more...
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Light Bulb - 40W
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Fix Number FIX2376034
Manufacturer Part Number 8206232A
To access the exterior lightbulb, the bottom panel of the microwave will need to be removed. It is secured in place with screws, so will require a Philips screwdriver to remove it. Screw the new light bulb directly into the light socket. If this is the first time you have replaced this light bulb, the old light bulb might be held in place with silicone. This silicone will need to be cut off using either a utility knife or dental floss before removing the light bulb. Once this silicone and old bulb has been removed, the replacement bulb can be screwed in its place.
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Mark from North East, PA
Bulb burnt out
Removed the screw holding the bulb cover replaced the bulb. Reinstalled the cover and screw. Remove dirty grease filter replaced with new grease filter. Read more...
$129.32
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Replacement Ice Maker
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Fix Number FIX2121513
Manufacturer Part Number D7824706Q
If your freezer has stopped making ice cubes, it may be time to replace your ice maker. Normal wear and tear, or accidental damage may be the cause of this. This model includes the control device and ice mold, which are made of plastic and metal, and measure approximately 11 inches long by 5 inches wide. Please note that this kit does not include the cover, ice level arm, or the wire harness. These parts can be ordered separately, or you can use the existing parts from the original ice maker. This Replacement Ice Maker is a genuine OEM part and is also known as an Ice Maker Assembly or a Refrigerator Ice Maker. Installation will require a quarter inch nut driver, and make sure that you disconnect your power and water supply before beginning this repair. Once the new part is in place, your fridge will begin making ice again within a few hours.
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  • Clicking sound
  • Ice maker dispenses too little ice
  • Ice maker dispenses too much ice
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Edward from Casa Grande, AZ
Unit quit working. Wouldn't cycle any more. Made sounds like gears were maybe stripped..
Followed installation video on this web site. Works like a new one ! Read more...

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