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Kenmore Refrigerator Model 106.7680581 Parts

Kenmore Refrigerator Model 106.7680581 Parts
Brand:Kenmore
Model:106.7680581
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System

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Refrigerator or freezer lower door closing cam. A new screw is needed to mount the cam. Consider lubricating the cam during installation.

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$57.71

Refrigerator water inlet valve kit. This valve controls the flow of water to the icemaker and water dispenser.

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$24.63

Door closing cam kit for bottom of refrigerator/freezer door hinges. This closing cam enables the door to close on its own. Consider lubricating the cam during installation.

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$10.99

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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$51.16

Silicone rubber adhesive and sealant for felt seals, door gaskets and more. 2 ounces

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

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1/4 inch plastic water line kit, approximately 72 inches. Tubing will need to be cut to match existing length.

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Kenmore Refrigerator Model 106.7680581 Parts

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