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Door and hinge removal
5/16
in Hex-Head
Hinge Screw
5.
Keep both doors closed
until you are ready to lift them
free from the cabinet.
NOTE:
Provide additional
support
for the doors while
the hinges are being moved. Do not depend
on the
door magnets to hold the doors in place while you are
working.
6.
Remove the parts for the top hinge as shown
in Top
Hinge graphic,
7.
Lift the freezer door free from the cabinet.
8.
Remove the parts for the center hinge as shown in the
Center
Hinge graphic.
9.
Lift the refrigerator
door free from the cabinet.
10. Remove the parts for the bottom
hinge as shown
in the
Bottom
Hinge graphic.
IMPORTANT:
If you
want to reverse
your
doors so that
they
open in
the
opposite
direction,
follow
these
steps.
If
you
are not reversing
the
doors, see
"Door
and Hinge
Replacement."
Door reversal
(optional)
Door Stop Screw
Door HandleSealing Screw
Flat-Head HandleScrew
Door
Handle
Seal
Screw
Front
Door Hinge Hole Plug
Cabinet Hinge Hole Plug
Screw Cover
Handle
Screw
Front
Cabinet
1.
Remove 5Ae
in hex-head hinge screws from handle side
and move them to opposite
side (see Graphic 1-1).
2.
Remove cabinet
hinge hole plugs from cabinet top and
move them to opposite
side hinge holes as shown
(see
Graphic
1-2).
Freezer door
1.
Remove freezer handle assembly
as shown.
Keep all
parts together
(see Graphic
2).
2.
Remove Door Hinge Hole Plug. Move to opposite
side
as shown (see Graphic 3).
3.
Remove Door Handle Sealing Screws. Move to
opposite
side of freezer door as shown
(see Graphic
4).
4.
Remove door stop. Move to opposite
side of freezer
door as shown
(see Graphic
5).
5.
Position freezer handle on opposite
side of freezer
door. Assemble handle on door as shown (see
Graphic
2).
6.
Tighten
all screws.
Set aside door until hinges and
refrigerator
compartment
door are in place.
Refrigerator
door
1,
Remove the screw
cover (see Graphic 6).
2.
Remove refrigerator
handle assembly
as shown.
Keep
all parts together
(see Graphic 6).
3,
4.
5,
6,
7.
Remove Door Hinge Hole Plug from refrigerator
door.
Move to opposite
side hinge hole as shown (see
Graphic
3).
Remove Door Handle Sealing Screws.
Move to
opposite
side of refrigerator
door as shown (see
Graphic
4).
Remove Door Handle Seal Screw front. Move to
opposite
side of refrigerator
door as shown (see
Graphic
7).
Remove door stop. Move to opposite
side of
refrigerator
door as shown (see Graphic
5).
Position refrigerator
handle on opposite
side of the
refrigerator
door as shown (see Graphic 6). Drive top
two screws in handle first. Align lower portion of handle
and drive bottom
screw.
8.
Replace screw cover (see Graphic
6).
9.
Tighten
all screws.
Set aside refrigerator
door until
bottom
hinge is installed on product.
Door
and
hinge replacement
Note:
Graphic may be reversed if door swing is reversed.
1.
Replace the parts for the bottom
hinge as shown.
Tighten
screws.
2.
Replace the refrigerator
door.
NOTE:
Provide additional
support
for the doors while
the hinges are being moved. Do not depend
on the
door magnets to hold the doors in place while you are
working.
3.
Assemble
the parts for the center hinge as shown and
tighten
all screws (see Center Hinge graphic).
4.
Replace the freezer door.
5.
Assemble
the parts the top hinge as shown (see Top
Hinge graphic).
Do not tighten
screws completely.
6.
Line up the doors so that the bottom of the freezer door
aligns evenly with the top of the refrigerator
door.
Tighten
all screws.
Final
Steps
1.
Check
all holes to make sure that hole plugs and
screws
are in place.
2.
Plug in the refrigerator
or reconnect
power.
3.
Reset the controls
(see "Setting
the Controls"
section.)
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