Shoppers working on refurbishing a secondhand KitchenAid refrigerator can purchase parts to help complete the work from RepairClinic, Sears PartsDirect and PartSelect, as of 2015. These parts suppliers offer many genuine manufacturer parts and clearly mark substitutions for items that are no longer manufactured.
RepairClinic offers a variety of installation and operation videos to help people working on KitchenAid refrigerator products. Skill-level indicators next to each part let customers know how difficult it is to work with that particular piece. RepairClinic shoppers benefit from a hassle-free return policy that allows them to return or replace parts, and the return policy lasts for 365 days from the date of purchase. Lists of required tools for installation located alongside the product descriptions on RepairClinic can also help people refurbishing older machines.
Sears PartsDirect offers many KitchenAid parts as well as substitutions for parts no longer available from the manufacturer. Shoppers purchasing from Sears PartsDirect can earn Shop Your Way rewards points, and the company provides extensive diagrams of many common fridge models and systems. PartSelect also carries a wide selection of parts, and the company offers same-day shipping to help ensure customers get needed components quickly. PartSelect provides a simple 30-day return policy on parts.