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I need a replacement grease filter #06124-02 for hood model # 106-2S

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  • smith230 Mar 30, 2008

    Very helpful. I have the part ordered and it saves me a lot of expenses relative to buying a new range. Thanks again.

  • smith230 Mar 30, 2008

    Great help. I would have had to abandon the old range except for this assisstance.

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I found the part number listed at searspartsdirect.com, but it does not show an illustration. The orginal part number you provided has been discontinued and substituted as #Y0612402. The part costs $23.99 and is listed as a filter, however. I found the part by using the "Find a Part by Part #" on the front page. For confirmation there is a toll free number and email address under the "Contact Us" menu. I hope this helps you.

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