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If you want to do it yourself, click on this link: Appliance Parts From PartSelect | Repair Parts For Major Appliances.
Insert the model number and get part diagram to install it and part price to buy it.
If they do not have the part, call them or try here: RepairClinic.com

If you do not find the part online, post a new question on Fixya, specifying the model number.

If you decide to call a technician instead, use the number listed on the appliance user manual.

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