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Kenmore Refrigerator Model 8550 Parts

Kenmore Refrigerator Model 8550 Parts
Brand:Kenmore
Model:8550
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System

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$65.65

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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$101.05
9% Off MSRP: $110.57

Refrigerator icemaker control module and motor assembly. Located under the white cover of icemaker and controls ice ejector bar, heater and water inlet valve for the icemaker. If the icemaker is not making ice or making too much ice the model may be defective.

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$10.99

Icemaker water fill tube with compression nut. Approximately 9 1/2 inches long. Can be cut to match the length of the original tube.

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$33.66

1/4 inch plastic water line kit, approximately 72 inches. Tubing will need to be cut to match existing length.

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$108.66

Modular ice maker replacement ice cube mold and heater assembly, flake resistant surface

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$4.53

Inserts for 1/4 inch plastic tubing (package of 4)

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Kenmore Refrigerator Model 8550 Parts

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Common Problems
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