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Inglis Refrigerator Model IT18SKXRD00 Parts

Inglis Refrigerator Model IT18SKXRD00 Parts
Brand:Inglis
Model:IT18SKXRD00
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System

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$8.35

Light bulb 40 watt 120 volt medium standard base. Used in many refrigerators and ranges.

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$51.43

Refrigerator condenser fan motor kit, 2 watts clockwise rotation, hardware and instructions included. The condenser fan motor draws air though the condenser coils and over the compressor. If the condenser fan motor is defective, the refrigerator will not cool.

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$91.97
15% Off MSRP: $108.49

Complete add-on icemaker kit, Fits all Whirlpool, KitchenAid and Roper 1984-1993 plastic-liner refrigerators with 28" and 31" wide cabinets.

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$71.35

Refrigerator evaporator fan motor. The evaporator fan motor draws air over the evaporator (cooling) coils and circulates the cold air through the refrigerator and freezer compartments.

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$9.68

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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$12.40

All-purpose silicon grease, ½ oz. Not food grade.

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Inglis Refrigerator Model IT18SKXRD00 Parts

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