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Water Inlet Hose Washer
Fix Number FIX11738697
Manufacturer Part Number WP16123
Sold Individually. Order quantity needed.
Fixes these symptoms
$7.76
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Float
Fix Number FIX11738360
Manufacturer Part Number WP1172075
$9.24
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Hex Nut
Fix Number FIX11742711
Manufacturer Part Number WP488130
Part may differ in appearance, but functions same as original.
$8.43
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Float Clip
Fix Number FIX11738392
Manufacturer Part Number WP1186430
Sold individually.
$69.76
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Humidistat Control
Fix Number FIX11738359
Manufacturer Part Number WP1168670
$64.78
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VALVE
Fix Number FIX403685
Manufacturer Part Number 978030
$7.76
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Zip Tie
Fix Number FIX11753208
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10339879
$68.91
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Compresser Mounting Kit
Fix Number FIX371837
Manufacturer Part Number 4388295
$74.83
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Capacitor
Fix Number FIX11738454
Manufacturer Part Number WP1188477
$90.27
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Compressor Relay and Overload Kit
Fix Number FIX371273
Manufacturer Part Number 4387535
The overload protects a motor from overheating and the relay boosts the compressor.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Fridge and Freezer are too warm
  • Fridge too warm
  • Will Not Start
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Installation Instructions
Wayne from NEWPORT, WA
Frig quit cooling.
A Sears repairman checked my frig out and determined the Overload Relay (switch) on the side of the compressor was bad (the one piece of the relay with 4 tangs had burned up). The repairman told me that if you take the overload relay off, shake it and there is a rattling noise it has burned up, that was the case here. I ordered part # 4387535 per repairman. There were two wires going to the old relay, one was white the other was red. There are two pieces to the ordered part, one piece with one tang to plug the white wire onto and the other had 4 tangs, labeled 1,2, 3 & 4. As per the repairman the red wire connected to tang #1. The red wire connector would not fit on the new relay tang so I cut it off, stripped the wire and crimped on a bigger connector. The original overload relay fit into a plastic case which would not fit the new relay, I tossed the plastic case and just plugged each piece of the overload relay into the plugs on the side of the compressor, then plugged in the power and it has worked great. Read more...

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