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Crosley Refrigerator Model CRTE183AWM Parts

Crosley Refrigerator Model CRTE183AWM Parts
Brand:Crosley
Model:CRTE183AWM
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System

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Refrigerator meat pan hanger track for the right side. Approximately 16 3/4" long for the left side see related parts.

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Appliance light bulb, clear 120 Volt 40 Watt Regular Base

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Refrigerator glass crisper cover. The part measures 23.82" x 15.50".

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$45.21

Refrigerator door rack. Approximately 24-7/8" Long x 3 1/2" tall. For gallon shelf.

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Refrigerator door gasket, press in place. 28.09 by 41.31 inches.

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Complete add-on icemaker kit. Includes icemaker that makes 8 radius ice cubes, water valve, water line, ice bucket and hardware.

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Garage refrigerator heater kit. This kit is designed for Frigidaire top freezer refrigerators placed in garages or basements where the temperature drops as low as 34 degrees Fahrenheit. *Note: Refrigerator MUST have been built in or after 2001 for the kit to work.

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Crosley Refrigerator Model CRTE183AWM Parts

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