KitchenAid Refrigerator Model KSRB25FKSS02 Parts

KitchenAid Refrigerator Model KSRB25FKSS02 Parts
Brand:KitchenAid
Model:KSRB25FKSS02
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System Dispensing System

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Cleaning brush for refrigerators, freezers, dryers and more. This brush is perfect for cleaning condenser coils on refrigeration systems. It is important to regularly clean the condenser coil to ensure the refrigerator is running efficiently.

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$26.41

Refrigerator defrost drain strap kit to prevent the drain tube from freezing

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Refrigerator water filter housing. Has 5/16 inch & ¼ inch quick connections built into it. Push down on rings at tubing to release.

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$104.10
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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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$207.28

Refrigerator ice level control board. The ice level control board uses an infrared beam to sense the level of ice in the ice bucket and signal the ice maker to make more ice. If the ice level control board fails, the ice maker will stop making ice.

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KitchenAid Refrigerator Model KSRB25FKSS02 Parts

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