Find the right water filter for your Kenmore refrigerator
Kenmore refrigerator water filters trap sediment and other impurities from the water supplied to the refrigerator. Kenmore recommends replacing the water filter every 6 months.
When it's time to replace the water filter in your Kenmore refrigerator, trust Sears PartsDirect to have the genuine Kenmore water filter you need to keep the ice cubes clear and the dispenser water tasting fresh. It’s tempting—so tempting—to buy the lowest-priced water filter instead of buying a genuine Kenmore water filter. Unfortunately, that’s a risky strategy, because you can’t be sure that the water filter actually removes contaminants that might be in your water supply. Nor can you be sure that the filter is constructed to the standards of the original manufacturer to be free of BPA, to deliver water at the promised flow rate and to filter the promised number of gallons before you have to replace it.
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Top Kenmore appliance replacement parts
- Refrigerator water filter. The refrigerator water filter is installed in the filter housing and has carbon and/or other filter materials inside. It removes most sediment and other impurities from the water supplied to the refrigerator. Kenmore recommends replacing the water filter every 6 months.
- Dishwasher detergent dispenser. The detergent dispenser is mounted on the inner door panel and houses the dishwasher detergent in a covered compartment. The cover of the dishwasher dispenser has a latch mechanism controlled by the timer or electronic control board in the console. The latch is released to open the cover and dispense the dishwasher detergent at the proper time during the dishwashing cycle. The dispenser assembly also has a reservoir for the rinse aid. A small amount of rinse aid is dispensed from the reservoir during the final rinse portion of the dishwashing cycle.
- Washer door boot. The door boot is a bellow-shaped gasket between the door and the drum of a front-load washer that prevents leaks. The door boot—also called the door boot seal or door gasket—is flexible so it isn't damaged as the outer tub tumbles and spins.
- Dryer heating element. The dryer heating element is a coil or other arrangement of wire in which an electric current produces heat to dry clothing.