Dryer door catch kit. If the dryer does not latch properly then either the strike or catch is likely damaged and will need to be replaced.
Light bulb 40watt 120volt meduim standard base. Used in many refrigerators and ranges.
Oven bake heating element with screw-on terminals. The element is 18-1/4 inches wide, 14-1/2 inches deep to mounting flange. Terminal ends extend 2-1/2 inches past flange. 2,300 watts at 220 volts. If the oven does not heat the bake element may have burned out.
Appliance light bulbs (2 pack).
Rear drum bearing kit. *Bearing plate has slot in it for ground strap. The drum bearing supports the rear of the dryer drum. Over time, the drum bearing wears out. If the drum bearing is worn out, the dryer may make noise.
Refrigerator light switch. This switch activates the refrigerator light when the door is open. It also prevents the dispenser from working if the door is open.
Dryer drive belt. This is the most common GE/Hotpoint dryer belt. 87" long and 1/4" wide. 4 ridges.The drive belt dries out over time. If the dryer belt cracks or breaks, the dryer drum will not be able to turn. If the dryer motor is running, but the drum won't rotate, the belt has likely broken.
Refrigerator defrost timer, 60 hertz, 120 volts. Turn the dial on the timer clockwise to advance it into and out of defrost.
Evaporator/freezer fan blade
Dishwasher motor and pump kit. Note: This part may not look like your old motor and pump assembly. It is a new kit designed by the manufacturer to replace all of their dishwasher pumps since 1970. Instructions for adapting it to your dishwasher model are included.
PureAir Universal Air Filter for Refrigerator or Freezer
Dryer door catch kit
Terminal block kit for electric range and dryer power cords.
Stove top chrome drip bowl (pan) for 6 inch electric heating element. This drip pan sits underneath the burner to catch drips or spills.
Stove top surface element control switch kit. If the surface element is not heating the element can be tested to determine if it is defective. If not, the switch is likely causing the problem.