Replacing fridge door


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Old 02-08-23, 10:54 AM
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Question Replacing fridge door

We have an old KitchenAid built-in fridge (KSSC48QVS02), whose ice dispense has completely failed.
Many repairmen calls later, it was determined that the whole left side door had to be replaced but KitchenAid doesn't sell part for this old model any more. So we've decided that it's best to just buy a new one.
We're in the market for a new KitchenAid fridge now, and the photos on the BestBuy site for KBSD608ESS look exactly identical to our existing fridge.

So, if KitchenAid happens to sell a left-side door for KBSD608ESS, is there any way to find out if it can replace ours?
 
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Old 02-08-23, 01:35 PM
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Just so you are aware. Those doors run $1000 and up.
The door is just the door.... no parts, no liner, possibly no gaskets either.

Not sure what picture you saw on best buy but the second fridge you linked to is completely different than yours. It has an electronic display in it. That door retails for $1495.

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