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Jenn Air Trash Compactor Model TC407B Parts

Jenn Air Trash Compactor Model TC407B Parts
Brand:Jenn Air
Model:TC407B
Product:Trash Compactor

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$65.45

Ram drive gear kit, trash compactor. Most common cause for the drive gear replacement is the gear is cracked or stripped out.

$25.66

Tough Slip-N-Grip plastic compactor bags. 15 white bags with ties. Patented design keeps bags from slipping. Tough 2.5 mil laminated plastic. Pleated at the bottom. Fits all 15 inch compactors, including Kenmore, Whirlpool, Kitchenaid and Jenn-Air brands.

$57.01

Top limit and directional switch for trash compactor. This directional switch interrupts the flow of current to the motor when the compacting ram reaches the top of the compactor.

$34.79

Trash Compactor Bag Caddy - Fits around trash compactor bag inside a 15-inch compactor. Features 'easy-grip' handles - an easier way to take the filled bag to the curb. Also makes a great carrier to bring in logs for the fireplace.

$136.86

Trash compactor start/stop switch kit. The start switch sends voltage to the motor to start the trash compacting cycle. If the start switch is defective, the trash compactor will not start. To determine if the switch is defective, use a multimeter to test the switch for continuity when activated.

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Jenn Air Trash Compactor Model TC407B Parts

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