Kelvinator Refrigerator Model TSI206EN2F Parts

Kelvinator Refrigerator Model TSI206EN2F Parts
Brand:Kelvinator
Model:TSI206EN2F
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System

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$119.58

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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$18.04
30% Off MSRP: $25.90

Refrigerator defrost timer, 60 hertz, 120 volts. Turn the dial on the timer clockwise to advance it into and out of defrost.

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$14.51

Appliance light bulbs (2 pack).

-40 Watts
-Frosted

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$88.41
37% Off MSRP: $140.68

Replacement icemaker kit. Wire harness has four round female connectors. Includes adaptor that converts harness to three round female & one round male connectors. Makes 8 radius ice cubes.
*Use model number to find correct icemaker.

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$12.72

Compact icemaker drive gear for ejector blades

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$18.72

Refrigerator defrost thermostat kit. L55-20F. 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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$27.64

Glide n Guard floor protectors
Are you moving? Do you need to clean behind your appliance? Use these glides to protect your floors when moving appliances around. These are made from polymer plastics that allow anyone to easily glide appliances for maintenance, cleaning, or relocating.

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$9.25

Screw, hex washer hd , 1/4 x 7/8, hinge mounting

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$64.94

Refrigerator evaporator fan motor kit. The evaporator fan motor draws air over the evaporator coils and circulates cool air throughout the refrigerator.

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