Appliance parts

Fridge on the fritz? Did your dryer stop heating or your washer stop draining? Let Sears PartsDirect help with all of your DIY appliance repair needs.

Didn't buy your appliance at Sears? No problem, we stock original equipment manufacturer (OEM) appliance parts for refrigerators, washers, dryers, dishwashers, stoves and many other appliances. We carry OEM replacement parts for major appliance brands, including Kenmore, Whirlpool, LG, Samsung, Maytag, GE, KitchenAid and Frigidaire.

Sears PartsDirect has more than 2 million parts and accessories from more than 450 manufacturers. You can compare your part to a part photo on our website or to one of the more than 1.7 million product schematics to find exactly what you're looking for. If you don’t know the part number or model number of your appliance, the model finder tool beneath our search bar will help you find it so you can order the correct part.

If you still need help finding a replacement part, we have a knowledgeable and experienced customer service team that can help you find the right part to complete your DIY repair. We guarantee our replacement parts will fit and we offer a 60-day return policy.

When you need to figure out what’s wrong with your appliance, check out our DIY repair help section for error code charts, symptom advice, troubleshooting videos and repair guides.

Replacing your refrigerator water filter

It's important to replace the water filter in your refrigerator every 6 months—or sooner if you notice water flow slowly. That way, you know the filter is doing all it can to ensure you have clear, tasty, safe drinking water.

Get your replacement water filters from Sears PartsDirect and you can be confident that you're getting genuine, NSF-certified filters directly from manufacturers including Kenmore, Whirlpool, Frigidaire and Samsung.

Join our convenient Water Filter Subscription Program to get your filters automatically delivered with free shipping when you choose delivery every 6 or 12 months.

Top kitchen appliance failures

  • Refrigerator not cooling. It's frustrating when you discover that your milk soured because your refrigerator isn't cooling. Take control of the situation by following the troubleshooting tips in our Refrigerator not cooling video. We'll walk you through some simple tests to help narrow down the problem and provide links to more advanced tests to figure out which part or wire needs to be replaced to get your refrigerator cooling again.

  • Range oven won't heat. Whether you have a gas or an electric range, we have the parts you need to fix the oven  when it stops working. Watch our Gas oven won't heat troubleshooting video to see how to diagnose the failure in a gas range and our Electric oven troubleshooting video if you have an electric range.

  • Dishwasher won't start. Frequent causes of your dishwasher not starting include the light switch beside the sink turned off, lack of power, bad dishwasher door switch, control system failure and wiring problems. Once you rule out the simple stuff like the light switch being off, watch our Dishwasher has no power troubleshooting video for more tips on how to diagnose the failure. Once you find the cause of the problem, find the repair parts to fix the dishwasher on our Sears PartsDirect website.

Fixing common laundry appliance problems

  • Dryer won't heat. We have the expert troubleshooting advice you need to fix a dryer heating failure whether you have a gas dryer or an electric dryer. Common failures that prevent a gas dryer from heating include weak gas valve coils, a blown thermal fuse and control failures. In an electric dryer, a broken heating element or a failed operating thermostat often prevents the dryer from heating.

  • Washer won't drain. In a top-load washer, a failed lid switch can keep the washer from advancing to the drain and spin cycle. A failed timer or problem with the drive motor can also prevent a top-load washer from draining and spinning. On a front-load washer, a bad main electronic control board or failed motor control board can prevent the washer from draining and spinning.