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Condenser Fan Motor Kit
Fix Number FIX1957416
Manufacturer Part Number W10124096
This condenser fan motor kit is used in icemakers and freezers, the purpose is to circulate air through the condenser in the compressor area in order to keep it cool. If your fridge is making loud noises when running or it is getting too warm, then consider replacing this part to solve your problem. The tools needed for this repair: 1/4 inch nut driver, slip joint pliers, 1/4 inch drive ratchet, and small flat blade screw driver. For installation instructions, follow manual provided by the manufacturer. Unplug tool from power source before you begin installation process.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Clicking sound
  • Freezer section too warm
  • Fridge and Freezer are too warm
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Installation Instructions
Patricia from Moline, IL
Very noisy whenever the fan came on.
Watched several online videos. Removed the fan blade, then the motor still attached to the motor mount so I could see what I was doing to attach the new motor to the motor mount. Then reinstalled the whole assembly, plugged in it's wires with the supplied adapter and attached the new fan blade. Read more...
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Water Tube Kit
Fix Number FIX11730901
Manufacturer Part Number W10823511
This is the replacement water tube kit for your refrigerator. This tubing is made of plastic, is 1/4 inch in diameter, and comes with 2 inserts. This tube may be longer than the original tube, and may need to be cut. This water tube transports water to the ice and water dispensers. If your refrigerator is leaking, or if the ice and water dispensers are not dispensing properly, you may need to replace this tube. This part is sold individually and is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Ice maker not making ice
  • Leaking
  • Not dispensing water
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Installation Instructions
ron from aliquippa, PA
ice maker not working properly
replace ice maker
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Fix Number FIX12583750
Manufacturer Part Number W11179302
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Ice Cutting Grid Wire
Fix Number FIX370853
Manufacturer Part Number 4387020
There is approximately 10'of wire. Note:2 kits are needed to replace both directions.
Installation Instructions
Maria from Barberton, OH
One of the wires on the isce cutting grid was broken.
My husband repaired it. It took him less than ten minutes. He said it was very easy and not time consuming at all. Will not be hesitant to order from you again. Read more...
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Fix Number FIX12745542
Manufacturer Part Number W11420408
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Ice Cutter Grid Complete Assembly
Fix Number FIX11740334
Manufacturer Part Number WP2313637
This is an ice cutter grid assembly for your ice maker. If your machine is not producing ice properly, the assembly may need replacing. You will find this part in the main unit of the ice maker. The thin heated wires slice the ice into small cubes that are released into the bin. If your cutter is damaged the ice will clog up your appliance.
Installation Instructions
Daryl from Magnolia, TX
Wire on ice cutter broke and replaced with new assembly.
Use a 1/4" socket. Undo 2 screws for cover. Undo 2 screws for cutter assembly. Disconnect cutter plug and pull old assembly out. Replace with 2 screws, plug in, replace cover and done. Very simply. Will keep old unit and buy just the wire kit, rewire and have a spare. Read more...
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Recirculating Pump - 60Hz
Fix Number FIX11740331
Manufacturer Part Number WP2313628
Used with stand-alone ice cube makers.
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Robert from China Grove, NC
No ice
Board diagnostics stop at Cir pump. Replaced circulation pump. Made half of one cycle of ice. Stopped. Replaced control board. Problem solved. But, set thermosensor too low on bin wall. Made one cycle of ice and stopped. Set thermosensor higher on bin wall, just above the front threshold of the bin, now all is working great. Control circuit board swap was easy except for the 2 rear screws that hold the control panel case to the bin. The holes for these screws are not visible without a mirror and are tricky to start. Read more...
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Drain Fastener Cap
Fix Number FIX11739077
Manufacturer Part Number WP2185696
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Condenser Fan Motor
Fix Number FIX11723170
Manufacturer Part Number W10822259
NOTE: As per the manufacture the part does not come threaded. A self tapping screw will need to be used to make threads.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Freezer section too warm
  • Fridge and Freezer are too warm
  • Fridge too warm
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Installation Instructions
Richard from Grapevine, TX
The refridgerator wasn't cooling
Unplug the fridge. Removed the back panel using the nut driver. I believe it was a 1/4" or a 5/16". Set the panel aside. The fan is on the left side and is easily accessible. Disconnect the quick connect wire terminal. It has a simple click together design. I used a screw driver to push the tab in and at the same time pulled the terminal apart. The terminal on my motor was the same as the terminal on the new motor. The new motor comes with instructions, wire nuts and a new terminal if it isn't the same. The motor was covered in dust, lint, and in my case dog hair. I took the time to clean it off as best as possible - actually prior to buying the new motor. I guess the motor had been locked up by the debris long enough that it overheated and failed. There are 3 self tapping screws on the back side of the motor. I used a 1/4" Ratchet and a 5/16" socket to remove them. The fan simply pulls out toward the front of the fan and there is plenty of room to bring it to the back of the fridge. Once I removed the motor I removed the fan blade with a pair of pliers. It has a flat thin metal nut that is easy to remove. The new motor comes with a replacement nut. Take the fan blade and clean it off. I did this to make sure it was as in balance as possible. The motor is a relatively slow turning motor so balance isn't a big issue. Put the old fan on the new motor and attach with the nut. Just snug the nut hand tight. The nut is such that over tightening could damage the nut. Put the fan back in place and use the new self tapping screws to attach the fan to the bracket. Just a note the fan motor housing isn't threaded so the new self tapping screws go in a little tight. It's not difficult I was simply a little surprised that the housing wasn't tapped prior. I guess it is a money saving idea. Anyway once the screws are in and tightened reconnect the quick connect terminal. Put the back panel back on, plug the fridge back in and you are done. Realistically this takes no more than an hour. I took the back panel off a couple of days before I replaced the motor simply to find out what was wrong and if I could fix it. Once I figured out it was the condenser fan motor I looked on internet using the make a model number and quickly found a DIY video. In the mean time I took a small 10" fan and placed it behind the fridge and let it run until I received the new motor. The little 10" fan kept the fridge going for the 2 days I had to wait. Read more...
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Touch-Up Paint - White
Fix Number FIX385132
Manufacturer Part Number 72017
Installation Instructions
Al from Cape Coral, FL
No heat when trying to dry clothes .
Followed instructions on your videos. Everything went as planned and the dryer works like new.... Read more...

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