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Need some parts to finish up fixin’ a busted washer or dryer?  Wonder if dryer coil really runs $150 like the repair guy says?  Try ApplianceHelp.com.  Sure, they want to sell you parts.  But their search engine is excellent — and available even if you’re not in a buying mood.

From their main page you can plug in the a specific part number, or for those of you who aren’t appliance part savvy — like me — you can enter the model number of your appliance and the site’ll show you a series of parts-house-like exploded diagrams to help you find what you need.  Prices are right there on the page.

I’ve used the site to check up on prices, but have yet to order from them, so I can’t speak to their service.  They claim, however, that if you order by 3pm EST they’ll ship the parts the same day.  And many of the prices I found in my searches were quite decent deals.

Regardless, this is a site you’ll want to bookmark.  Just ’cause that washer is whirring away right now doesn’t mean it always will.

ApplianceHelp.com [Corporate Site]

 

6 Responses to Find Appliance Parts Fast

  1. Dr. Girlfriend says:

    Thanks for the excellent link – I’ll be using that one.

  2. I’m a big fan of repairclinic.com as well. Similar service, with fantastic people ready to help you diagnose your problem via email. They helped me diagnosis an intermittent problem with my drier even though they never made a dime off of it (it was a loose ground wire in the outlet).

  3. TL says:

    I’ve always been partial to parts.com (owned by Sears). $28 and a couple of hours one evening replaced the rear bearing and belt for my dryer. MUCH cheaper than replacing it.

  4. REPAIR GUY says:

    CHECK OUT APPLIANCEPARTSSOLUTIONS.COM
    THE PRICING IS WAY, WAY BELOW ANY OF THOSE YOU ALL HAVE LISTED.
    HAD MY PART THE NEXT DAY…$25.00 BELOW REPAIR CLINIC AND SEARS.
    NO ON LINE PURCHASES THEY WANT YOU TO CALL AND ARE VERY HELPFULL
    ITS A TOLL FREE # AND YOU GET A REAL PERSON WITH NO WAIT!!!

  5. Jack says:

    http://ApplianceJunk.com helped me repair my maytag washer for free.

    Some other forums wanted $5.00 or more just to register before you could post.

    They have a great repair forum.

    http://ApplianceJunk.com/forums

    Also a repair blog.

    http://ApplianceJunk.com/blog

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