OKC/Edmond appliance repair

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oks10

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Sep 9, 2007
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I'd definitely explore fixing it yourself first as well. My icemaker on my 5yr old fridge broke and I bought a new maker on Amazon and fixed it myself in about 30 minutes. Most of the work is just figuring out how all the pieces come out. I've done repairs on my fridge twice, dishwasher, dryer and my parents dryer (both dryers were older).

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