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Kenmore Refrigerator Model 106.8638542 Parts

Kenmore Refrigerator Model 106.8638542 Parts
Brand:Kenmore
Model:106.8638542
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System

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Refrigerator defrost timer kit. This timer is designed for continuous or cumulative run defrost systems. Turn the dial on the timer clockwise to advance it into and out of defrost.

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$6.44
8% Off MSRP: $6.99

Black appliance touch-up paint.

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$8.98

Icemaker water fill tube with compression nut. Approximately 9 1/2 inches long. Can be cut to match the length of the original tube.

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$7.94

All-purpose silicon grease, ½ oz. Not food grade.

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$23.75

37 in. vacuum cleaner attachment for condenser and dryer cleaning - This vacuum cleaner attachment will help to clean dust and lint build-up in and around your refrigerator condenser coils underneath the refrigerator and dryer lint in the area where the lint filter is inserted. Fits 1-1/4 in. vacuum

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$66.97
6% Off MSRP: $71.49

Evaporator fan motor kit with wires and fan blade. No longer comes with bracket. Must reuse old bracket.

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Kenmore Refrigerator Model 106.8638542 Parts

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