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Parts for old inglis dryer

Looking for parts for 2 old dryer inglis model JO94580DR 1 and Lo89080 door switch for both

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  • leffaceur Nov 26, 2007

    Thank you for trying but could not find the part i was looking for , still searching.



    Thanks

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    The black plastic outer door ring has fallen off of my dryer. It looks like the plastic screw holders are broken! Parts breakdowns are very intimidating, not clear if these are part of the Outer Ring?!

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These people can find a lot of hard to find parts. I know Inglis is owned by Whirlpool now, but dont know the age of yours, or how long ago this happened. Door switches were pretty much the same, so it shouldnt be to hard to find what you need. Let me know if you need any further help. Jim

Posted on Nov 22, 2007

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    James Greene Nov 26, 2007

    Do you have a way of sending me a pick of the switches. And could you verify the model numbers once again. They must really be old if thats the correct model numbers. I have some people that we refurbish very old units for, they love the older models, that might be able to get there hands on older and discontinued parts from somewhere. I will keep in touch with them and you both. Have no doubt, we'll find your parts somewhere.

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    James Greene Dec 16, 2007

    Also, just to let you know, Whirlpool has owned (or partnered with) Ingles for quite a while now. I would bet that a Whirlpool part would probably work (or will be the same) somewhere. I dont know what part of the country your in, but if you have access to a phone with 800 support, call this number. 1-800-241-4527. This is a number for Appliance Parts Warehouse. They might be able to help you out as well. Make sure you have your model numbers handy. If this doesnt work, let me know, I will still be trying. Jim

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