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2nd Day
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$32.99
Next Day
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Tuesday Sep 29

Appliances break, but repair & maintenance isn't difficult. You just need the right appliance parts for the job.

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$8.99 Economy — Not available on some parts
3–8 business days
$10.49 Standard
2–5 business days
$24.99 2nd Day
2 business days
$32.99 Next Day
1 business day

All shipping rate advertisements assume delivery to continental US address, and that the part is in stock and is not oversized.

Step 4

Fix Your Appliance

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Read repair stories from other customers.

Repair Stories

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Daniel from CO
Amana refrigerators periodically leave a puddle of water on the floor

The fix requires changing the drain hose from the original "duck bill" hose to a larger wide open drain hose. Parts Doctor had the drain kit assembly delivers to my door in 36 hours…

Drain Tube Kit

PD00004900
Jill from PA
Dishwasher handle broke and door wouldn't open

Once I had the door open I remove the star shaped torx screws holding the inside door panel in place. With those removed I lifted the inner door panel out and now had access to the door latch…

Door Latch Assembly (Black)

PD00002443
Jerry from FL
Dryer was taking a long time to dry, then stopped heating at all.

This was really easy to replace. We unplugged the dryer, removed the front bottom panel, removed the heat shield blocking the front of the element, unplugged the two wires…

Heating Element Assembly

PD00002365
Scott from OH
Water was leaking from under the washing machine.

Carefully unscrew the water hoses from the spigots with a bucket ready to catch and drain the water. Then unscrew the water hoses from the back of the washer directly from the back…

Water Inlet Valve

PD00002258
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