Refrigerator

Refrigerator Parts and Resources

Refrigerator Parts and Resources

Refrigerator Model Number Finder

The best way to locate the correct part for the type and brand of your refrigerator, is to find the correct model number on your appliance.

If you are unsure how to find the model number on your refrigerator, here is a suggestion on where to look.

Side by Side Refrigerator Model Number Finder Side by Side Refrigerator Model Number Finder

Side by Side Refrigerator

  • On the ceiling of your refrigerator
  • On the side wall of your refrigerator
  • On the door of your refrigerator
  • Behind the kick plate of your refrigerator
  • Behind the crisper of your refrigerator
Freezer on Top Refrigerator Model Number Finder Freezer on Top Refrigerator Model Number Finder

Freezer on Top Refrigerator

  • On the ceiling of your refrigerator
  • On the side wall of your refrigerator
  • On the door of your refrigerator
  • Behind the kick plate of your refrigerator
  • Behind the crisper of your refrigerator

Refrigerator Parts & Information Video Resource

Refrigerator Maintenance Tips Video Refrigerator Maintenance Tips Video

Visit for a large selection of helpful and instructive refrigerator part replacement, maintenance and other videos.

Most Commonly Replaced Refrigerator Parts

Refrigerator Drawer Front – Drawer cover assembly and humidity control, with clear plastic window

Drawer Front Drawer Front

Water Filters – for every brand and type of refrigerator

Water Filter Water Filter

Ice Maker Assembly – Replacement 8 cube ice maker kit

Ice Maker Assembly Ice Maker Assembly

Refrigerator Control Board – Main control board assembly with installation instructions

Main control board assembly Main control board assembly

Refrigerator Defrost Heater Assembly – Defrost heater kit

Defrost Heater Assembly Defrost Heater Assembly

More Refrigerator Parts

Refrigerator Maintenance Tips

Most refrigerators are self defrost units so they automatically defrost the ice buildup. Every 6 to 8 hours the cooling coils are slightly heated and any frost that might have accumulated there melts instantly. The water residue drains into a shallow pan at the bottom of the refrigerator or freezer unit. Most of the time there is no need to empty the pan as the water evaporates on its own.

Refrigerator Parts, Repair Help, Videos & Advice

If there is an odor, or if mold starts to grow in the drain pan, it could become a health concern. Remove the drain pan and wash it with warm water and dishwasher soap.

Under your refrigerator and freezer unit, there is located a set of coils and a cooling fan. These components need to be cleaned at least once or twice a year.

Always unplug your refrigerator unit first. With a long reaching, specially made Refrigerator Condenser Brush, clean any lint, pet hair, dust and dirt from the coils.

If the gasket or the interior of your refrigerator unit needs cleaning, clean all the surfaces with dishwasher soap and warm water.

Try opening a fresh box of baking soda every few months to tackle everyday refrigerator odors. For tougher odors, try tough specialty cleansers, created especially for refrigerator odor removal.

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