About APWagner

APWagner.com is YOUR Authorized Parts Source

APWagner.com represents premium lines like Whirlpool, GE, Electrolux, Bosch, LG,  Samsung, Amana, Jenn-Air, KitchenAid, Maytag, Frigidaire, Kenmore, SpeedQueen, Thermador, Gagganau, Fasco, and many more. We also have access to Sub Zero, Viking, Dacor, Wolf, and others.

Our extensive inventory includes parts and accessories for refrigerators, washing machines, dryers, ranges, dishwashers, air conditioners, ice machines, disposers, and more. You can count on APWagner.com whether you need an appliance repair part or just want to improve your appliances with accessories.

You can trust APWagner.com to send your order quickly and easily. With warehouses strategically located throughout the country, we can ship to over 92% of the U.S. with Next-Day Ground shipping.

5 thoughts on “About APWagner

  1. I have to old working air conditioners, do you want them? I’ll drop then off at nearest location. Are you interested?

  2. Hi Walter,

    Thanks for your offer. You can try offering the air conditioners for free on Craigslist.com, http://www.freecycle.org or see if your local paper has a free column in their classified’s section, which usually means the ad runs for free as well. If you have a Penny Saver or other “shopper” type paper, they will often list your items for free too.

    I am sure you will have no problem getting rid of two free working air conditioners, esp. since summer is approaching.

    Good luck and thanks for reading!

  3. My name is Elton, and I work for a small kitchen renovation website called ReKitchen.com. I wanted to to tell you that we had launched a new article that addresses the question of whether consumers should buy an extended warranty for their new ovens or stoves. This topic has been covered before — with the almost uniform conclusion that you should not buy extended warranties. We interviewed nearly a dozen experts for this article, and — to be honest — tried to make the best case we could for extended warranties. As a result, I think we did a pretty good job of identifying a few situations where extended warranties may make sense. There’s also some interesting information in the article on the cost of typical appliance repairs and just how profitable extended warranties are (to the companies that sell them). However, as you’ll see in the article, in the end we conclude that generally consumers can save more money by putting the money they would spend in a savings account, and self-insuring.

    The article is here: http://www.rekitchen.com/stoves/extended-warranties.html, and we provide profiles, warranty and contact information for more than 35 brands of stoves here: http://www.rekitchen.com/brands/.

    If you think the article is useful, I’d love to hear any feedback you have, or have you link to it!

    Thank you for your time.
    -Elton

  4. Recently purchased an old house that has Vintage 1954 Washer and Dryer in very good condtion, possibly still operable.. Do you know if anyone might be interested in purchasing same ?

  5. Can I still get parts for a Wagner 1-90 personal dryer? I think it overheated but maybe not ..it shut down completely….elect wiring looks good, belt in place but when I turn timer plastic drum won’t spin and no heat like it has no electricity but it does ….

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