KitchenAid Refrigerator Model KBRS22KWWH5 Parts

KitchenAid Refrigerator Model KBRS22KWWH5 Parts
Brand:KitchenAid
Model:KBRS22KWWH5
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System
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$49.28

Refrigerator center crisper rail, supports the inside edges of both crisper drawers.

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$29.85

Refrigerator drain tube assembly. *Replaces old style nozzle and trough system. During the refrigerator's defrost cycle, the defrost water flows through the defrost drain into the drain tube. If the defrost drain is frozen, the defrost water will overflow the drain trough and leak into the freezer.

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$6.24

Affresh® Stainless Steel Spray is designed to gently clean fingerprints, smudges and other residues on all stainless-steel surfaces including refrigerators, range hoods, ovens, dishwashers, and microwaves for a streak-free shine. 12 ounce spray.

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$179.67

Refrigerator electronic (JAZZ) control board. Be aware the board will need to programmed after installation to work properly. Instructions available online at Servicematters.com.

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$68.34

Crisper drawer *Measures 6.9 Deep X 14.05 Wide X 14.9 Long

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KitchenAid Refrigerator Model KBRS22KWWH5 Parts

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