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$38.17

Dryer upper drum bearing without slides. If the dryer is noisy or squeaking then the slides are likely worn and both slides and this bearing will need to be replaced.

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$13.16

Refrigerator or freezer temperature sensor (also called a thermistor). The thermistor monitors the refrigerator, freezer, and evaporator temperature and sends the temperature reading to the control board.

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$46.23

Heating element at the bottom of dishwasher

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$59.13

Refrigerator water inlet valve assembly with quick connect fitting . To disconnect the tube, push the white retainer fitting in while pulling on the tube. If the cold water is not coming out of the water dispenser, or if the ice maker won't dispense ice, the water inlet valve may be at fault.

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$63.98

Compactor bags, 15 inch plastic, pack of 60 *Note: Ties are no longer included.

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$12.70

Burner drip bowl (also called a drip pan) for 6-inch burner. The drip pan sits underneath the heating element to collect drips or spills around the burner.

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$6.24

Dryer moisture sensor bar. If the dryer timer does not advance properly inspect the moisture sensor bars for damage which can cause the automatic drying cycle to not work properly.

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$63.93

Evaporator fan motor

*If the refrigerator was made between (May 2014 - Mar 2015) with the serial range FF - HD see required item.

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$61.70

GE MWF water filter reduces up to 94% of contaminants including lead, chlorine, and asbestos. Replace every 6 months.

If you have never installed this new style filter or your old filter was made by Culligan you may need the adapter to install it, see Related Items below.

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Dryer drum seal for the lower front. If the seal is worn the drum glides are likely worn and may need to be replaced. See related items below.

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$16.00

Burner drip bowl (or drip pan) for 8-inch burner. The drip pan sits underneath the heating element to collect drips or spills around the burner.

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$1.50

Rack slide end cap for upper dishrack. This end cap prevents the dishrack from sliding all the way out of the dishwasher.

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Quality GE Parts From Repair Clinic

Repair Clinic’s shelves are stock full of genuine GE parts to keep all your GE kitchen, laundry, and home appliances working great, and looking great, too! Does your dryer make a squeaking noise when the drum is rotating? The dryer might need a new drum slide, glide, or pad. If the dryer drum is not rotating at all, you might need a new belt. If a washer tub doesn’t spin or agitate, a new motor coupling could solve the problem. Your GE range not heating up? A faulty igniter could be the issue. Whatever appliance problem you may be experiencing, Repair Clinic has the parts and "know-how" to make everything better. We even stock those little things like nut, grommets, and clips.

Just be sure to enter the full model number of your GE appliance in our website’s search bar to find the specific replacement part that matches your model. If you need additional help finding the right part, you can always call our Customer Service Team at 1-800-269-2609. Of course, just having a new part won’t help if you’re not sure how to install it. That’s why Repair Clinic also offers free repair help content alongside an unmatched part inventory. Our selection of schematics and “step-by-step" part installation videos will assist you in completing the repair all on your own. You’ll enjoy a real sense of accomplishment and save some money, too!