Hotpoint Refrigerator Model CTH18ERERWH Parts

Hotpoint Refrigerator Model CTH18ERERWH Parts
Brand:Hotpoint
Model:CTH18ERERWH
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System

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$6.70

Light bulb 40watt 120volt meduim standard base. Used in many refrigerators and ranges.

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$6.31

Refrigerator light switch. This switch activates the refrigerator light when the door is open. It also prevents the dispenser from working if the door is open.

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$55.46

Refrigerator defrost timer assembly. Turn the dial on the timer clockwise to advance it into and out of defrost.

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$105.22

Refrigerator door gasket, 27-7/8" X 39-3/8". If the refrigerator door does not seal properly it may run longer than it should and frost will likely form in the area where warm air is entering the refrigerator.

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$28.41

Refrigerator/freezer door shelf retainer bar endcap

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$210.27

Refrigerator condenser fan motor. 3 round pin connection terminals. The condenser fan motor draws air though the condenser coils and over the compressor. If the condenser fan motor is defective, the refrigerator won’t cool properly.

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$122.01

Defrost heater kit, 21 1/2", with wires and crimp-style connectors

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Hotpoint Refrigerator Model CTH18ERERWH Parts

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