Westinghouse Refrigerator Model WRS23MW3AWS Parts

Westinghouse Refrigerator Model WRS23MW3AWS Parts
Brand:Westinghouse
Model:WRS23MW3AWS
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System Dispensing System

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$69.92

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

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$128.12

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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$7.54

Refrigerator crisper cover support. Holds the crisper drawer cover in place.

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$18.78

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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$96.93

Refrigerator damper control assembly with seal. The air damper control opens and closes to let the proper amount of cold air into the refrigerator compartment.

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$34.99

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

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Westinghouse Refrigerator Model WRS23MW3AWS Parts

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Common Problems
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