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Whirlpool Refrigerator Model W1TXEMMWT00 Parts

Whirlpool Refrigerator Model W1TXEMMWT00 Parts
Brand:Whirlpool
Model:W1TXEMMWT00
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System

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$121.34

Refrigerator icemaker. This item does not include a new shut off arm. To remove the existing shut off arm from the old icemaker, lift it to the up position, unhook it from the fill cup bearing, and pull it out of the module.

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$77.20

Refrigerator evaporator fan motor with incorporated wire harness. If your fan motor does not have an incorporated wire harness, please see related item below. When the evaporator fan motor fails, it often generates a lot of noise in the freezer area.

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$72.37

Refrigerator icemaker water inlet valve. If the icemaker is making small or hollow cubes then the water inlet valve may be restricted and require replacement.

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$127.93

Refrigerator door gasket. Color: mist beige. If this gasket is worn out, cold air will leak out of the refrigerator. As a result, the fridge may run longer in an attempt to cool down., or frost may accumulate inside of the refrigerator

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$12.40

All-purpose silicon grease, ½ oz. Not food grade.

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Whirlpool Refrigerator Model W1TXEMMWT00 Parts

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Common Problems
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