Estate Refrigerator Model T6TXNWFWT02 Parts

Estate Refrigerator Model T6TXNWFWT02 Parts
Brand:Estate
Model:T6TXNWFWT02
Product:Refrigerator
Subtype:Cooling System Icemaking System
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$35.62

Refrigerator defrost thermostat. The thermostat clips onto the evaporator. If the refrigerator does not defrost both the thermostat and heater can be tested to determine which part is at fault.

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$94.32

Refrigerator add-on icemaker kit with 4 wire harness and connector for freezer. This kit includes the icemaker, ice bin, inlet valve, fill tube, and hardware. *For 4 wire 8 terminal IM see Recommended Parts.

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$27.94
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Refrigerator defrost timer kit. This timer is designed for continuous or cumulative run defrost systems. Turn the dial on the timer clockwise to advance it into and out of defrost.

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$6.59

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

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$26.72

37 in. vacuum cleaner attachment for condenser and dryer cleaning - This vacuum cleaner attachment will help to clean dust and lint build-up in and around your refrigerator condenser coils underneath the refrigerator and dryer lint in the area where the lint filter is inserted. Fits 1-1/4 in. vacuum

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Estate Refrigerator Model T6TXNWFWT02 Parts

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