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LG Refrigerator Model LFX28979ST Parts

LG Refrigerator Model LFX28979ST Parts
Brand:LG
Model:LFX28979ST
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System Dispensing System

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Refrigerator door mullion spring. Helps keep the mullion flap flat against the door when its opened.

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LG replacement water filter reduces contaminants in household water including lead, mercury, and chlorine. Replace filter every 6 months or 200 gallons for optimal performance.

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Refrigerator door or freezer drawer pushbutton switch

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Replacement compressor. Software updated required. Please see related item#4931193

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Refrigerator ice maker kit. If the icemaker is not working make sure the freezer temperature is around zero degrees Fahrenheit. If so, the icemaker or water valve could be defective.

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Refrigerator icemaker assembly. Per the manufacturer this part is correct if the original icemaker has a smaller white wire connector with 6 wires in it. If the original icemaker has a 3 wire connector, order number 2657857. We recommend veryfing the connector before ordering.

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LG Refrigerator Model LFX28979ST Parts

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