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If your KitchenAid dishwasher is leaking, the problem likely results from faulty gaskets and door seals. These can wear out over time, so it's a good idea to replace them as soon as you notice any signs of leaking.
If your KitchenAid refrigerator isn't making ice, it's probably time for a new ice maker assembly and housing. Over time, the mold in which the cubes are formed can corrode, resulting in a poorly operating machine. It's very important to unplug the fridge and use safety gloves when replacing this part.
While troubleshooting your KitchenAid appliances, you don't want to neglect your outdoor gas grill. If the grill isn't heating sufficiently and the flames aren't rising like they should, you may need to invest in a new regulator.
According to KitchenAid, the life expectancy of a KitchenAid stand mixer varies greatly, depending on details such as the number of persons using it, what it is being used for and many other factors. If your mixer won’t spin, there are two main parts that may need to be replaced: the worm gear or the planetary gear. If the mixer isn't operating at all, there are a handful of main components that should be checked, such as the carbon motor brushes, phase control board and speed control plate.
Sears PartsDirect is an easy choice for all your KitchenAid component needs. Utilize the easy-to-use parts search function to find exactly what you need and get the job done right. Sears PartsDirect sells replacement parts that are guaranteed to fit your KitchenAid appliance. Should you have any questions, know that we have staff members available to assist you via either phone or through our online chat.