Level of DifficultyVery Difficult
Time to do repairMore than 2 hours
Age of Appliance1 - 4 years
Wrench setPliersNutdriverScrew driversSocket setWrench(Adjustable)
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It was a nightmare! The refrigerator door stayed in the yard in a vice nearly all week. I cut the door free of the hinges with a torch. Then drug it down the hall and out the door with the winch on my log skidder. Then accidentally run it over with the tractor when I dropped my beer while trying to pick it up with the loader. After I got it clamped down to the heavy steel table I was able to beat back into shape with my good ole BFH (Big Freaking Hammer). After I had the tractor tread dents out I then proceeded to fix the shelf. I used a pneumatic chisel to get it free of the rest of the door then beat the new one into submission till I got it in. Then it was ready to go back in. With the help of my handy chainsaw and trusty crane, I was able to set it in through the hole I made in the roof with my chainsaw. Welded her back on and she was good as new (with the exception to some minor dents, scratches, and a large rip on the outside, but close enough to the bottom so you don't notice it to much). She cools like a dream again, especially now that I can keep the milk in the door
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Part Number: PS429724