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OEM Part Number – 4388931
This adaptive defrost control board is used to determine when and how often the defrost mode should cycle. The defrost heater and the defrost thermostat should be tested with a multi-meter before replacing this part. If both the defrost thermostat and heater test good, the control board has more than likely failed and will need to be replaced. Please use your appliance model number to be certain that this is the correct replacement part for your specific model.
OEM Part Number – 349241T
These genuine OEM dryer drum roller parts are used to help support the drum and allows the drum to turn smoothly inside of the dryer. The most common symptoms that the drum rollers have failed are, the dryer is very noisy or the drum will not turn or spin. Please be sure to enter the model number from your appliance to ensure that these are the correct parts for your model.
OEM Part Number – WPW10711289
This timer knob is white in color and has a female fitting that accepts a (D) shaped shaft on the washing machine timer. This knob pulls off and pushes on to the timer shaft, so no tools are needed for the removal or replacement of this knob.
OEM Parts Number – W10124096
This condenser fan motor kit is used for some refrigerator models to move air across the condenser coil. This parts kit included the motor, fan blade, screws and the wire harness. These parts have been redesigned and updated by the manufacturer and may not look the same as the original parts. This is a genuine OEM replacement parts kit and will function the same as the original parts. The most common complaints that the condenser fan motor has failed are, the fridge is warm, the freezer is warm, both the freezer and fridge are warm or it’s noisy in the freezer section. Please unplug the appliance before you begin this repair.
OEM Part Number – WPW10780877
Dishwasher sump pump and motor. This original OEM part is mounted in the bottom of the dishwasher and is used to collect water and move the water up through the spray arms. Some symptoms of a bad pump are, leaking water, not getting the dishes clean, noisy or will not start. Remember to always unplug or disconnect the electricity to the unit before removing or replacing any parts.
OEM Part Number – 285805
This water inlet valve comes with a metal support bracket, the water 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, one hot water line and one cold water line. You will need to lift the lid of the washer to gain access to the inlet valve to replace it. Make sure that you unplug the washer and turn both hot and cold water supplies off before you begin this repair. The most common signs of this part failure are, the tub won’t fill with water, no hot water, no cold water, water fills the tub even when the appliance is turned off.
OEM Part Number – 675679
Dish rack repair tine tips. These dish rack tine tips/caps are white in color, the package includes (125) tips, enough tips to repair both the upper and lower dishrack tines. The tips should be installed with an adhesive, which is sold separately. Note: Some preparation to the dishrack metal tines may be needed before installing the tips. These parts are used to repair your dishwashers rusted dishrack tines.
OEM Part Number – WP694089
This dryer blower wheel is connected to the motor shaft. As the dryer motor spins the blower wheel spins with it and blows hot air into the clothes dryer drum and out through the exhaust vent. Note: This blower wheel has reverse threads, you will need to rotate the blower wheel clockwise to remove it from the dryer’s motor shaft. Some common symptoms that this part has failed are, the dryer is noisy, will not spin, will not start.
OME Part Number – WP8268874
This genuine OEM lower wash arm assembly is located inside the bottom of the dishwasher. This part works when water is forced through the spray arm from the pump. The force of the water turns the spray arm in one direction spraying jets of water upwards to help wash and rinse the dishes during the wash cycle. The most common symptom of a faulty spray arm is, the dishwasher will not get the dishes clean. Please be sure to use your model number to insure that this is the correct spray arm for your specific appliance.
OEM Part Number – WP3368928
This thermal fuse is used as an overload safety device to help protect the
circuits in the dishwasher if the dishwasher gets too
hot. If your dishwasher will not start check this fuse for continuity.
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