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Water filter used in 50 lb. Ice Machines. Reduces contaminants in household water including chlorine as well as reducing scale build up. Replace every 9 months or 2000 gallons to to ensure proper contaminant removal.

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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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Condenser fan motor kit. The part has been updated by the manufacturer and may not look like the orginal.

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15% Off MSRP: $6.99

Black appliance touch-up paint.

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Refrigerator icemaker water inlet valve. If the icemaker is making small or hollow cubes then the water inlet valve may be restricted and require replacement.

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12% Off MSRP: $22.02

Three terminal fan/light door switch


Quality KitchenAid Ice Machine Parts From Repair Clinic

From mixing cocktails to filling coolers, a KitchenAid undercounter ice maker is a convenient way to keep your cool while hosting a party or a special get-together. If your ice machine has lost its chill, Repair Clinic can help. We stock genuine KitchenAid replacement parts so you can fix your ice machine quickly before that next social event, from run capacitors and thermistors, to door switches and condenser fan motors. If you’re just in need of general maintenance assistance, Repair Clinic carries water filters and ice machine cleaners; even touch-up paint so your ice machine will always look it’s best.

To find the right parts that fit your KitchenAid ice machine, enter the appliance’s full model number in our website’s search bar. You can use the left-side navigation filters to narrow your search. Or, if you’d like, you’re always welcome to call our Customer Service Team for additional help at 1-800-269-2609. Don’t forget to check out Repair Clinic’s huge repair help library where you’ll find thousands of "step-by-step” repair videos, diagrams, articles, and schematics. With our help, you’ll be able to do the repair yourself. That’s pretty cool.