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FreshFlow air filter, reduces common food odors in the refrigerator. 15 times more powerful than baking soda. Replace every 6 months.

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$9.24

40 Watt frosted appliance light bulb.

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$49.98

EveryDrop Ice & Water Refrigerator Filter 1, two port filter, reduces 24 contaminants, including lead, asbestos, and industrial chemicals. Each filter provides 200 gallons of filtered water and should be changed every 6 months to ensure proper contaminant removal and flow rate. NSF certified.

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$26.10

Refrigerator filter for PURE Advantage air filtration system.

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$32.45

Refrigerator door shelf retainer bar. Measures approximately 23" wide

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$56.67

Refrigerator crisper drawer assembly. Clear plastic with humidity control & white handle trim .

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$34.52

Refrigerator door shelf bin. Fits many side by side models. *Use complete model number to determine if this will work in your refrigerator.

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$40.94

PureSource 3 water filter fits specific side-by-side models after 2009 where the filter is located in the back, right top. Reduces contaminants including lead, chlorine and mercury. Replace every 6 months for optimal performance.

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PureSource Ultra® water filter reduces contaminants including lead, chlorine and mercury. For use on all side-by-side French door models. Designed to eliminate odors and provide up to 6 months of clean water by removing 99% of microbiological agents. Certified to meet NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53.

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Frigidaire PureSource Ultra® II Replacement Ice and Water Filter

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$32.81

White refrigerator door shelf bin, bottom. Approximately 16" long x 4 1/4 " deep x 5 3/4 " tall.

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EveryDrop Ice & Water Refrigerator Filter 3 reduces 66 contaminants, including lead and mercury, asbestos, and industrial chemicals. Each filter provides 200 gallons of filtered water and should be changed every 6 months to ensure proper contaminant removal and flow rate. NSF certified.

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EveryDrop Ice & Water Refrigerator Filter 4 reduces 23 contaminants, including lead and mercury, asbestos, and industrial chemicals. Each filter provides 300 gallons of filtered water and should be changed every 6 months to ensure proper contaminant removal and flow rate. NSF certified.

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Refrigerator pantry drawer endcaps for right and left side *Install both end caps to complete repair

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Quality Refrigerator Replacement Parts From Repair Clinic

The first self-contained home refrigerator, with a compressor located at the bottom of appliance, was invented in 1916. Within two years, this product was being mass produced by the Frigidaire company and has remained an indispensable part of our kitchens ever since. Being able to preserve our food and keep our beverages cold with such ease now seems like a constitutional right, but regular maintenance and the occasional repair will always be necessary to keep a refrigerator cooling as expected. To properly troubleshoot the causes for why a refrigerator would stop cooling, it’s a good idea to understand how a refrigerator works.

Once you’ve determined that it’s a defective heater, thermostat, timer, or control board that has caused your refrigerator’s defrost system to fail, you’ll need to find the specific part that matches your model. That’s where Repair Clinic can help. Enter the full model number of the refrigerator in the Repair Clinic website search bar for a complete list of compatible parts. Use the “Part Category” filter (“Heating Element”) and “Part Title” filter (“Defrost Heater Assembly”) to narrow the list down to ID the exact part that fits your fridge. While Repair Clinic stocks parts for all the top brands in refrigeration, including WhirlpoolGEKenmoreLGSamsungFrigidaire, and Amana, entering the full model number of your refrigerator will ensure you find the right matching part.

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