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Hotpoint Refrigerator Model HSS25IFMBWW Parts

Hotpoint Refrigerator Model HSS25IFMBWW Parts
Brand:Hotpoint
Model:HSS25IFMBWW
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System Dispensing System

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Refrigerator evaporator fan motor. If your motor has a white thermistor in the connector you need the related fan motor 914169. If it has a connector for a light you will need 1265886.

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$41.66

Refrigerator crisper drawer slide (rail) assembly for right hand side.

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$33.14

Refrigerator crisper drawer slide (rail) assembly for left-hand side.

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Refrigerator ice bucket assembly. This ice bucket stores ice and uses an auger to push the ice through the dispenser. If the auger is defective, the ice dispenser won't dispense ice.

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Condenser fan motor, 12 volt DC motor. *If you need 120 volt motor see Item #1257132

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Refrigerator light bulb for the dispenser, 12 volts 6 watts. Screw in base

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$128.24

Refrigerator ice dispenser auger motor. The auger motor pushes the ice through the dispenser chute. If the auger motor is defective, the ice won’t fall through the dispenser chute.

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Hotpoint Refrigerator Model HSS25IFMBWW Parts

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Common Problems
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