GE Refrigerator Model GCE23LGWAFBB Parts

GE Refrigerator Model GCE23LGWAFBB Parts
Brand:GE
Model:GCE23LGWAFBB
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System Dispensing System

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$17.59

Refrigerator or freezer temperature sensor (also called a thermistor). The thermistor monitors the refrigerator, freezer, and evaporator temperature and sends the temperature reading to the control board.

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$35.30

Water tank in refrigerator for chilled water dispenser

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$12.80

Refrigerator ice dispenser damper door. The crank is no longer sold with the damper door. You will have to reuse the old crank. If this door does not close properly, frost will build up around the dispenser area.

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$39.49

Refrigerator solenoid assembly for dispenser door. If the dispenser door does not close properly frost will start to form in the dispenser area.

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$8.09

Refrigerator light bulb for the dispenser, 12 volts 6 watts. Screw in base

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$7.26

Quick connector for refrigerator water line, 5/16 to 5/16 inches.

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$130.58

Refrigerator air inlet cover/damper kit with fan motor. Damper and fan assembly have been updated to prevent freezing food in the refrigerator.

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$138.63

Evaporator fan motor with harness & thermistor

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GE Refrigerator Model GCE23LGWAFBB Parts

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Common Problems
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