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I am in need of a small replacement part for my fridge. The fridge is just old enough that this part is no longer available through the manufacturer or any of the online replacement part sources like eReplacementparts.com

Wondering if anyone has dealt with a place that has a lot of used parts that if I were to contact them with my model number they might be able to help me out and doesn't have a problem with a call-in order or shipping?

Thanks in advance!
 
Posts: 142 | Location: Twin Cities MN | Registered: April 21, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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give these folks a jingle
https://www.appliancepartscomp...com/stores/details/3





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Did you try repairclinic.com?

They've surprised me with their inventory.




 
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I've found everything I've needed to make repairs to our appliances at eReplacement Parts. And, at a better or at least competitive price with other parts marketers. They provide drawings and parts numbers for the various components of an appliance. They also sell parts for lawn equipment, grills, HVAC, plumbing, vacuums, and more categories as well. Fast shipping, too, at a reasonable price.
 
Usually, when I put the appliance model number followed by "replacement parts" into DDG or Google, theirs is at or near the top of the results.



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Try this place. It's amazing what they stock and have.

http://www.marcone.com/
 
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I go to Trible's (not to be confused with Tribbles). Not sure if they are only a local store, but have a lot of hard to find stuff.



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If Repair Clinic did not have it, I’ve found several good sellers on eBay thatdeal in used but functional parts.

I bought a control board for my old furnace a couple years ago. I just replaced the entire working furnace last month so I know someone could make a couple dollars parting it out if they wanted.
 
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