I need to replace a door bin for a side by side refrigerator. The part # on the bin is 2403230006. I don't see that on your website. Do you have one that will work?
Answer Hello Nancy! If you are needing one of the two top refrigerator door bins you'll need to order part number 241808221. If you are needing one of the two bottom refrigerator door bins you'll need to order part number 240323002. Thanks!
I have replaced my door bins with the clear bins on my Frigidaire and they have all cracked. Does the company make a better shelve than the clear one? Thanks.
Answer Chris, the door bins listed for your model are part numbers 240356402 and 240323002. Your model uses two of each. Unfortunately, these are the original manufactured door bins listed for your model. We do not have a listing of any other compatible units. Sorry about that!
I am looking for bottom fixed door bin.
Answer Hello Natalia. 240323001 is the bottom refrigerator door bin.
Need bottom door bin.
Answer Hello Gloria. The correct door bin for your model is Part# 240323002
I need door bins for kenmore model # 106.70939901, please.
Answer Hello SherryR! The two top door trims are part number 2266727 and use end caps part number 2156003. The bottom door bin is part number W10183971. Thanks!
I need 2 midle door bins.
Answer Hello Rotch. 240356402 is the door bins.
My freezer is getting ice build up on the top of the door and top of the inside freezer. I have had service done last year and they changed the valve breather. It lasted about a year. I have now purchased 3 valve breathers and changed twice in the last 3 months. The part # for the valve breather is 29728041, is this the right part?
The part that you are inquiring about will not resolve the issue that you are experiencing. What you will need to do is order the following parts. Insulation (recommend 2) , sealant , baffle , RH hinge  and hinge screws (qty 2) . You will need to replace the lower hinge for the door and the baffle at the upper rear wall of the freezer. For the insulation and sealant, you will need to remove the door from the freezer and take the door liner off. The screws are located under the door gasket. You will want to completely remove all of the screws and door liner. Flip the door liner over and remove the Styrofoam that is on the inner door panel. Take the insulation and fill in all of the voids of the door liner, between the shelves and around the perimeter. The best way to do this is measure a piece of insulation the length of the shelf opening and lay it flat over the opening. Push down allowing it to double over in the space. Once you get the insulation all the way throughout the door you will then put a bead of sealant all the way around the perimeter of the door liner where it will make contact with the door gasket. Then you will put the door gasket back in place on the liner and put the liner back on the door. Once you have the liner back in position, screw the liner down with the door seal behind it in its original position. With the door liner and gasket back in place put a thin bead of sealant around the perimeter of the door gasket where it meets the door to ensure there will not be an air leak. Also put a bead of silicone in the holes at the bottom of the door liner filling in the holes. Once this is done you can reinstall the door to onto the cabinet of the unit.