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Tappan Refrigerator Model TRT15L2JW3 Parts

Tappan Refrigerator Model TRT15L2JW3 Parts
Brand:Tappan
Model:TRT15L2JW3
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System

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Appliance light bulb, clear 120 Volt 40 Watt Regular Base

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$37.92

Refrigerator door rack. Attaches to the inside of the fridge; designed to hold smaller items such as condiment bottles.

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$158.19

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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$32.99

Refrigerator defrost timer, 60 hertz, 120 volts. Turn the dial on the timer clockwise to advance it into and out of defrost.

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Refrigerator defrost thermostat kit. If the freezer is cold, but the refrigerator is warm you could have a problem with the defrost system. If so, the evaporator coils will be iced over and this thermostat kit may be defective.

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$109.69

Temperature control. The terminal orientation on this thermostat may be slightly different than the original.

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$44.99

Refrigerator/freezer white door handle. Comes with mounting block.

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Tappan Refrigerator Model TRT15L2JW3 Parts

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Common Problems
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