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Hex Head Appliance Screw

Parts Number – WP489069

This part is used to repair many appliance models and brands, it is used to secure and fasten metal support brackets and other various parts that are used on appliances.  It can easily be installed by using a 1/4″ hex nut driver, 1/4″ socket or a flat tip regular screwdriver.  The screw measurements are 1/4″ slotted hex head and 10-12×1/2″.  If you have noticed rattles or vibration noises coming from your washer, dryer or refrigerator it could be that one of the screws has come loose or has been lost and you may need to replace this part to repair the appliance.

Water Inlet Valve

Part Number – 285805

This part comes with a metal support bracket and screw to fasten and secure the bracket to the appliance with.  The valve is located on the backside of your washing machine, it has two hoses connecting to it that lead to the water supply faucets mounted in the wall of your home, one hot water line and one cold water line.  You will need to lift the lid of the washer to gain easy access to the inlet valve to replace it.  Make sure that you unplug the appliance and turn both hot and cold water supplies off before you begin this repair.  The most common signs of this part failure are, the washer tub won’t fill with water, no hot water, no cold water, water fills the tub even when the washing machine is turned off.  Remember to always disconnect the electrical power source to your appliance before attempting to remove or replace any parts.  Please use your model number to ensure that this is the correct OEM repair part for your specific appliance model.

Thermal Cut Off

Part Number – 279816

These parts are used to prevent the appliance from overheating when the dryer high limit thermostat has failed.  This genuine OEM kit includes (1) thermal cut off fuse (309 degrees) (1) high-limit thermostat of 250 degrees Fahrenheit and the jumper wire.  The high limit thermostat and thermal cut-off fuse are both mounted on the dryer heater housing.  Common symptoms that these parts have failed are, the dryer gets too hot, takes too long to dry the laundry, no heat or the appliance will not start.  Please remember to unplug or disconnect the electrical power source before attempting to replace these parts.

Door Catch Kit

Part Number – 279570

This door catch parts kit comes with (3) different plastic door catches, (2) metal strikes and easy to follow instructions.  The metal strike and plastic door catch work together to keep the door closed on the appliance.  You will need to choose the correct color-coded door catch for your specific appliance model.  The plastic catch is mounted in the dryer door and the metal strike is mounted onto the door opening.  Some of the most common symptoms that these parts have failed are, the dryer will not start, shuts off in the middle of a drying cycle or the door will not stay closed.  Please use your model number to be certain that these are the correct replacement parts for your appliance.

Surface Element 6″

Part Number – WP660532

This surface element is used for an electric oven on the cooktop surface.  The surface element measures 6″ in diameter with rolled terminal ends.  If your coil element is not heating it can be tested for continuity using a test meter.  If the test shows that the element has continuity the part is good and you will need to test the elements terminal and the surface element switch.  Safety Reminder: keep in mind that a surface element can burn your hands, just because the element is not glowing red, does not mean that it is not hot and cannot still burn you.  Please wear safety gloves when removing or troubleshooting any appliance heating elements and remember to always disconnect the electricity to the unit before the removal or replacement of any parts.

Drum Belt

Part Number – 341241

This is a genuine OEM part, it is used to turn the drum inside the clothes dryer, it is a flat belt that measures 92 1/4 inches long and 1/4 inch wide.  This belt uses an idler pulley that keeps tension around the dryer drum.  It is a ribbed belt with (4) ribs and (3) grooves, it replaces many other belts used on many dryer models.  The most common symptom that this belt has failed is, the dryer motor runs but the drum will not spin.  Please remember to unplug or disconnect the electrical power source to your appliance before attempting to replace any parts.

Thermal Fuse

Part Number – WP3392519

The thermal fuse is also known as the thermal cutoff fuse and the temperature fuse.  The fuse is used as a safety mechanism, that cuts off the electricity to the motor and the heating element, to keep the appliance from getting too hot.  Once this fuse has blown it cannot be reused. If your fuse has blown, you will need to check for blockage or lint that has built up in the vent hose or exhaust system, before installing a new thermal fuse, only to have the new fuse burn out.  You will want to make sure to unplug or disconnect the electricity to your appliance before attempting to replace this part.

Drain Pump

Part Number – WP3363394

This is an OEM replacement pump that is used for some direct drive washing machines, meaning that the pump is not belt driven, instead this pump connects directly to the motor shaft on the washer.  The most common symptom that this part has failed is the clothes washer won’t drain the water from the tub after the wash cycle has finished.  Repair tip: be sure to check both of the pump ports for debris and the impeller for blockage or clogs that may be keeping it from draining, before replacing the pump with a new one.  Please use your model number to ensure that this part will work on your specific appliance model.

Flame Sensor

Part Number – WP338906

The flame sensor is used on a gas clothes dryer as a safety device, the sensor is used to prevent high levels of gas from building up.  The sensor senses heat that is emitted from the igniter, and monitors if it is hot enough to ignite the gas and light the burner.  Some signs that the flame sensor has failed are, the appliance takes too long to heat up or isn’t heating at all.

Main Circuit Board

Part Number – WR55X10942P

This circuit board has the defrost control built into it.  The board is also known as the control board, main control and the mother board.  The circuit board is located on the back side of the appliance behind a metal access plate.  Note: you will need to take extra precautions while handling this board, it is a very delicate electrical appliance part.  Be sure to use your model number to ensure that this is the correct OEM replacement part for your model.

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