Frigidaire Refrigerator Model FRS26F5AB5 Parts

Frigidaire Refrigerator Model FRS26F5AB5 Parts
Brand:Frigidaire
Model:FRS26F5AB5
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System Dispensing System

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$65.91

Refrigerator water inlet valve assembly. If the icemaker or water dispenser no longer work the water valve may be defective.

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$33.34

White refrigerator door shelf bin, bottom. Approximately 16" long x 4 1/4 " deep x 5 3/4 " tall.

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$120.79

Ice maker assembly with cover and wire harness. Makes 8 radius ice cubes. If the mold where cubes are made is flaking or corroded it is time for a new ice maker assembly. *Use model number to find correct icemaker.

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$51.22

Water filter replacement reduces lead, chlorine, cycsts and particulates found in household water. Replace filter every 6 months for best performance. This is manufacturer part WF2CB, and it replaces FC-100, FC100 and 46-9911.

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$14.23

Refrigerator defrost thermostat kit. The defrost thermostat monitors the temperature of the evaporator coils. When the coils drop below a set temperature, the thermostat sends power to the defrost heater. If the defrost thermostat is defective, the refrigerator will not defrost.

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$52.98

Refrigerator shelf bin, white. This bin attaches to the inside of the fridge door and is wide enough to hold a gallon of milk.

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$44.10
30% Off MSRP: $63.31

Evaporator fan motor kit, includes clips, terminal connectors, and instruction sheet *The motor has been updated by the manufacture. When the evaporator fan motor fails, it often generates a lot of noise in the freezer area.

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$14.51

Appliance light bulbs (2 pack).

-40 Watts
-Frosted

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$50.12

Shelf bin, white. Attaches to the inside of the door.Easy to replace

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$31.49

Meat pan hanger track, right side. Attaches to the shelf mounting rail.

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