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Westinghouse Freezer Model WFU17FC4CW1 Parts

Westinghouse Freezer Model WFU17FC4CW1 Parts
Brand:Westinghouse
Model:WFU17FC4CW1
Product:Freezer

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Evaporator (cooling coil) fan motor assembly with wire harness, 115 volts. *Per manufacturer screw holes in motor are not threaded from the factory, use old screws. See Related Items for self tapping screw. When the evaporator fan motor fails, it often generates a lot of noise in the freezer area.

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$21.08

Refrigerator/freezer defrost thermostat located on the evaporator coil

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$99.86

Freezer door gasket. If this gasket is worn out, cold air will leak out of the freezer, forcing the freezer to work harder to cool down. As a result, the freezer may run longer than normal, or frost may accumulate inside of the freezer. Measures 31" x 60"

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$18.58

Freezer or refrigerator door key. This key is shaped like a plus sign.

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$35.35

Compressor run capacitor with new crimp wire connectors. 250 volt 15 mfd.

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$16.71

Screw, hex washer hd , 1/4 x 7/8, hinge mounting

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Westinghouse Freezer Model WFU17FC4CW1 Parts

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