Partsdr.com helps do-it-yourself consumers by providing appliance parts and accessories at low prices. Our extensive inventory of over 1 million parts with detailed descriptions and pictures makes it easy to find the right part your are looking for the first time. To offer free help with questions relating to fixing appliances, we have set up a free appliance repair forum where customers can browse previous questions and answers and post new questions. Our website is safe and secure, so you don't have to worry about ordering online.
Parts Dr headquarters is located in the heart of the praire in Sioux Falls, SD. We also have over 20 warehouses located around the United States to make sure we have the part you are looking for in stock and to cut down on the shipping time by having a warehouse close to where you live. Parts Dr is a family owned business with over 40 years of combined appliance repair experience. Our goal is to provide our customers with the parts they are looking for at the lowest prices and with the best customer service.
"I have to admit that I was a bit skeptical when I found the parts for my KitchenAid dishwasher at about half the price of what they would have been through KitchenAid direct. Thought I'd take a chance and was glad that I did! The parts were OEM and arrived the next day even with the standard shipping option. Installed in minutes! Great parts! Great service! Great price! Thanks Parts Dr!"
"We ordered the new heating element for our oven online and 1 1/2 days later it was delivered by UPS. The price was about 1/3 less than anywhere else online and they didn't try to make it up by gouging us on the shipping. We'll for sure be using Parts Dr again and recommending them to our friends. Thanks!"
"One of the best online purchase experiences I've ever had, and I've had a lot. Great website that makes the precarious task of ordering replacement parts near idiot-proof. Order was delivered halfway across the country in one day with no rush shipping ordered. Pricing more than fair. Couldn't have gone better."