Kenmore Refrigerator Model 363.9738717 Parts

Kenmore Refrigerator Model 363.9738717 Parts
Brand:Kenmore
Model:363.9738717
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System Dispensing System

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$166.65

Refrigerator icemaker kit, The kit includes the fill cup, 4 pin wire harness adapter, and tube. If the icemaker is not working, make sure the freezer temperature is around zero degrees Fahrenheit. If the refrigerator temperature is correct, the icemaker or water valve could be defective.

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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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$187.56

Add-on icemaker kit for many GE built refrigerators. This kit will work for models that have a sticker on the back of the refrigerator with one of the following letters: L M N Q R S T U V or W

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$26.91

Ice stripper, icemaker 8.996 X 1.744 8 Teeth

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$61.38

Shelf retainer bar - This is a cut to fit bar.

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Kenmore Refrigerator Model 363.9738717 Parts

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