Published at Thursday, March 29th, 2018 - 09:46:56 AM. Kitchenaid. By Lucija Bališ.
Excerpt from KitchenAid Replacement Parts - The Dangers of Buying Aftermarket Parts :
KitchenAid Replacement Parts. Websites selling appliance parts usually sell lots of aftermarket products, but you have to read carefully, otherwise, you will believe you are purchasing an OEM part. Some sites bring you to their location by advertising original equipment manufacturer parts for Whirlpool, Maytag, Frigidaire, and o, but then direct you to their lower priced aftermarket versions. This is bait and switch, but it's common.
KitchenAid Replacement Parts. In conclusion, cheaper is not always better, and make sure you know what you are purchasing. If you have to have an aftermarket version, do some research to see what others have to say about it first. If you're looking for an OEM part, make sure to read the labeling carefully, in order to confirm that it is not an aftermarket part disguised with phrases like "Exact Replacement Part."
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