Model #10653706201 KENMORE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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wrong item ordered? is other available

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Barbara H. -
October 27, 2011
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Thank you so much for looking into this, Barbara. The online live chat at sears parts wasn't able to help me either. Would be sort of ridiculous if I had to buy a new fridge in order to have a handle that works. :)

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Jency -
October 27, 2011
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The part you received, part number 2206934J, is the correct part number for the graphite handle. The part number has not changed to indicate a substitute part is being used.

This handle should work on your refrigerator. Install the handle using the 2 holes that align with the holes in the door and see if it doesn't work.

If you have questions, reply on this thread and I will be glad to help.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
October 28, 2011
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What is the cubic foot capacity of my Kenmore refrigerator model 106.53706201?

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This refrigerator has 26.9 cu. ft. of capacity. The fresh food side has 16.4 cu. ft. The freezer is 10.5 cu. ft.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
July 23, 2008
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How do you thaw a defrost drain on a refrigerator?

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Disconnect the refrigerator from electrical power. Look inside your freezer at the back panel with slots. It will be toward the bottom of the back wall. To access the defrost drain, you will need to pull this panel off. After removing the panel, you should see the defrost drain pan with a hole in the middle. Defrost the ice and make sure that water will drain into the pan underneath the refrigerator. Reassemble the panel in the freezer compartment. Reconnect electrical power.

Two things can be done regardless of the model. The first is to stop the moisture-laden air from being sucked up the drain tube. This can be done by adding a rubber grommet to the end of the drain tube in the compressor compartment.

The other is to add a drain heater to the freezer section. A drain heater can be fashioned from a piece of number 10 copper wire about 12 inches in length. Take the wire and wrap it around the defrost heater 4 or 5 times and put the other end into the drain hole. Heat will be transferred during defrost down the wire and melt the ice in the top of the drain hole. The grommet can be ordered from Sears.com. The part number is 46 106 849307. The part number on a drain heater is 46 106 819043.

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MMH Expert_Matt T -
Sears Technician
April 07, 2008

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