General Electric Refrigerator Drip Bowls

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PartSelect Number PS3487846
Manufacturer Part Number WR17X12873
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Evaporator Drip Pan
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PartSelect Number PS964475
Manufacturer Part Number WR17X11843
This is the replacement evaporator drip pan, also known as the drain trough, for your refrigerator. You will find the drip pan in the fresh food section of the refrigerator. It collects any water that may drip off the evaporator. If your drip pan is rusted, or is leaking into the refrigerator, you may need to replace it. Before you install the new drip pan, you will want to thoroughly clean the areas around the evaporator to ensure there is no more remaining rust or debris. This part is sold individually and is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
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Gregory from El Dorado, AR
Trough Drain pan was rusted
First I removed the shelving from the refrigerator side I then removed the cover to the refrigerator condenser which consisted of a plastic cover and a styrofoam inner chamber cover. The Condenser is held in place with two stainless phillips head screws. I removed the screws and gently pulled the condenser forward so that the Drain pan could be easily removed. The drain pan is made out of thin sheet metal with a galvanized coating that will not hold up it will start rusting in a short time. I inspected the drain pan cleaned it up with a little Muretic acid and it had too many rust holes so I couldn't repair it. I ordered a new Drain pan on Part Select and when it came in I washed it and dried it completely then I sprayed it with Cold Galvanizing compound with zinc particles. You can get this from Home Depot on the spray paint isle. Hopefully the spray Galvanizing will keep it from rusting in the future and leaking inside the refrigerator. The Trough Drain Pan should have been made of Stainless sheet metal or plastic I don't really know why they used the galvanized coated pan. Everything went back together in reverse with no problems. Hopefully this drain pan will last longer than the first drain pan because it was only 4 years old. I remember when the older refrigerators would run for decades. Read more...
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Manufacturer Part Number WR17X12884
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Manufacturer Part Number WR17X20452
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Manufacturer Part Number WR17X12625
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PartSelect Number PS3487841
Manufacturer Part Number WR17X12864
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PartSelect Number PS3499774
Manufacturer Part Number WR17X12898
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Dispenser Grille
PartSelect Number PS293100
Manufacturer Part Number WR17X3160
This white dispenser grille catches any overflow from the ice/water dispenser.
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BRADLEY from CORTLAND, IL
Everything in the refrig was freezing
removed cover by lifting off,removed retainer screw, lowered panel, removed bulb holder, removed slide adjuster and gear, removed 2 screws that mounted temp control unit, reversed process to reassemble. very easy Read more...
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De-Icing Kit
PartSelect Number PS303160
Manufacturer Part Number WR49X10021
This part should be installed by an appliance repair person as it could be dangerous. This part may be used to help prevent your evaporator fan from becoming blocked with ice. This part also insulates the evaporator coil area so you don't get a buildup of ice in the damper area.
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Bob from Aurora, IL
during defrost cycle water dripped into freezer and froze all over ice bin
First I removed the ice maker. Second I removed the back panel and overhead panel above ice maker. Third I pulled down the drip trough it had a styrofoam base under it. The trough heater had to be unplugged to remove the trough as well as the drain hose. Forth I seperated the styrofoam from the trough and peeled off the old heater which had burn marks on the foil. Fifth I applied the new heater plugged it in and attached the drain hose to the trough. Last I reassembled the unit. Refridgerator works great now and it only cost $45.00 for the heater. The GE repair service quoted over $950.00 and did not list the trough heater as the problem so I would be spending more and would have required several repair visits. Read more...
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TRAY RECESS Assembly ES
PartSelect Number PS8758327
Manufacturer Part Number WR17X13153

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