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Complete Dairy Compartment Door - Clear
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PartSelect Number PS11739923
Manufacturer Part Number WP2256101
This is a replacement dairy compartment door for your refrigerator. The dairy compartment door opens and closes to allow access to the dairy items stored in the refrigerator door. Because it is made of clear plastic, the door can occasionally become cracked and broken. When the door is cracked, it will need to be replaced. The door measures approximately 15 inches in length and 6 inches in width. To replace the door, carefully remove the old door and insert the new door, lipped edge down. This product is sold individually and is OEM part from the manufacturer.
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Patricia from Inglewood, CA
Both parts were broken and required replacement.
The broken part was removed and new part installed without any trouble. Read more...
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$28.20
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Compartment Door
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PartSelect Number PS11739749
Manufacturer Part Number WP2218113
This part is the replacement compartment door for your refrigerator. It is made of clear plastic and is approximately 9 inches by 6 inches. The compartment door snaps into the walls of the dairy compartment on the refrigerator door itself and operates on a hinge so that it can open and close. The main reason to replace the compartment door is if yours is cracked, broken, or missing. To replace the compartment door, carefully remove the hinges, then attach the new door into the hinges. This part is sold individually and is an OEM part.
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john from NORWOOD, MA
replaced cracked compartment door
removed old and installed new compartment door by hand. Read more...
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$62.68
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Door Trim - White
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PartSelect Number PS11754562
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10421484
This door trim is used in refrigerators and is connected to the door handle. If the mounting tap is broken or there is discolouration from usage, it is best to replace this part to ensure it works well and looks good. The tools needed for this repair is a small screwdriver. To repair, first pull out the old door trim by placing the screwdriver in the gap between the trip and door handle and pushing upwards. Once you remove the old trim, you can replace it with the new door trim by aligning the slots on the trim with screws on the door. Slide the door trim down to install it. Remember to unplug appliance from the power source as a safety precaution before installation. For further installation instructions, refer to the manual guide provided by the manufacturer.
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Gary from COLUMBUS, OH
The door shelf brace was missing.
I snapped the two end caps into the shelf rail and pushed it into place on the bottom of the inside door.Tolls were not needed as it was a perfect fit. Read more...
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$31.43
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Compartment Door - Clear
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PartSelect Number PS11739650
Manufacturer Part Number WP2207942
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$34.93
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Door, Ice Compartment
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PartSelect Number PS11738983
Manufacturer Part Number WP2171713
This is a decorative front cover that is made of plastic that covers the opening to where the icemaker is located and disables contact by the user while the icemaker is engaged.
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Deneen from Oneonta, AL
Ice was missing ice door
This was very easy to install. Part Select had very fast shipping and reasonable prices. I love this website they have everything you need for your appliance. My ice door was very easy to install. I popped it into the grooves on the ice maker. It took about 30 seconds. THANKS PART SELECT YOU ARE GREAT!!!!!! :-) Read more...
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$37.13
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Compartment Door
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PartSelect Number PS11739750
Manufacturer Part Number WP2218118
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Cynthia from Atlanta, GA
Used frig was missing these items
Just installed them with my hands - very easy. I also found the website easy to navigate and find the parts I needed. Delivery was great also - good job! Read more...
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$86.95
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Fresh Food Door Gasket
PartSelect Number PS328688
Manufacturer Part Number 2188445A
This white fresh food door gasket is used to seal the refrigerator door when closed to keep the cool air inside and the room air out.
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Peter from Gloucester, MA
Old Door Gasket had been destroyed by animals while in storage
I removed all of the nuts around the door that held the gasket on, removed the old gasket, and then placed the new gasket on the door. Easy as pie! No special skills or knowledge required. Just a little patience to make sure the new gasket is sitting properly on the door before the nuts are tightened. Read more...
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$137.42
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Fresh Food Door Gasket
PartSelect Number PS328676
Manufacturer Part Number 2188433A
This white door gasket is used to seal the refrigerator door when closed to keep the cool air inside and the room air out.
Fixes these symptoms
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James from Louisburg, NC
The old gasket had broken in one corner
I loosened all the screws around the perimeter of the door and pulled the old gasket out. While doing this, the new gasket had been sitting in warm water so it would become more flexible. I then started at the top of the door sliding the new gasket under the retainer and worked my way down the sides and across the bottom. After this, I tightened the screws a little at a time until they were all tight. Read more...
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$118.85
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Fresh Food Door Gasket
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PartSelect Number PS328687
Manufacturer Part Number 2188444A
This white fresh food door gasket is used to seal the refrigerator door when closed to keep the cool air inside and the room air out.
Fixes these symptoms
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Denise from Philadelphia, PA
Needed to replace refrigerator door gasket
My refrigerator is 17 years old. The gasket seal around the door finally needed to be replaced. I ordered the part from Partselect.com. They had the cheapest price, including shipping. The part alone was still expensive, though, (almost $60!) for just being a piece of rubber.

There are little screws all around the inside of the refrigerator door, under which part of the gasket rests. A socket-set was needed to determine which one would fit the screws. The first step is to remove the old gasket. I discovered (the hard way!) that it makes sense to unscrew them a few at a time to remove the old gasket, and screw them back in, until you are ready to install the new one. My refrigerator door was not one "solid" piece. It is two pieces screwed together (with those little screws), and has insulation in the middle of the two pieces. If you unscrew too many at one time, the two pieces of the door will come apart, so don't do that.

When it was time to put the new gasket on, again, it made sense to do a few at a time. I started at the top of the door. Along with the screws, there is a metal rod that holds the gasket in place. Once you unscrew the screws, you place the back flap of the gasket underneath the metal rod. The gasket itself has holes that should line up with the holes for the screws. The rest of the gasket goes on top of the metal rod and screws. Then put the screws back in, using your socket wrench, and begin the next section (ie one side of the door). Work your way around the door, doing one side at a time. The bottom was the most difficult part to get to. Be careful not to run your fingers along the metal rod to push the gasket. I did cut my finger a bit. (Use something other than your finger to do the job.) The whole thing took me a while, but I got it done, while my HUSBAND sat and watched tv.
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$17.05
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Ice Cube Guide
PartSelect Number PS316788
Manufacturer Part Number 1124730
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Patricia from Ocklawaha, FL
Plastic part broke.
Popped it right in. Many thanks to partselect.com. Read more...

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