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Dacor Refrigerator Model EF36LNDFSS Parts

Dacor Refrigerator Model EF36LNDFSS Parts
Brand:Dacor
Model:EF36LNDFSS
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System Dispensing System

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$60.56

EveryDrop Ice & Water Refrigerator Filter 4 reduces 23 contaminants, including lead and mercury, asbestos, and industrial chemicals. Each filter provides 300 gallons of filtered water and should be changed every 6 months to ensure proper contaminant removal and flow rate. NSF certified.

$131.77

Refrigerator icemaker assembly, modular style. The new icemaker does not include a new cover, ice level arm, or wire harness, these components will need to be reused from original icemaker.

$102.12

Pantry drawer front, measures 30-1/2 inches long. If your current cover is 28-3/16 inches long, please see the related item.

$91.97

Crisper drawer. (Measures 12.84" depth x 15.21 width x 6.93 height) *Part has been updated from the original drawer a new crisper cover may need to be purchased for the drawers to work. See Related Items below.

$82.39

Refrigerator/freezer compressor start device and capacitor. The start device and capacitor provides a boost of power to the compressor during start-up. If the start capacitor isn’t working, the compressor may not start.

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Dacor Refrigerator Model EF36LNDFSS Parts

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