Level of DifficultyReally easy
Time to do repairLess than 15 mins
Age of Appliance5 - 10 years
Lyman From Searcy, AR
Aug 22, 2012
(Always pay attention to where parts are located and how you remove them.) 1) Remove vegetable and fruit drawers above the pantry. 2) Lift out the glass pantry top. 3) Remove the rails which support the glass pantry top and remove the pantry drawer. 4) Operate the temperature control lever on the end cap while observing the movement of the sliding vent covers just above the back of the pantry drawer. 5) Remove the 3 screws which secure the end cap. 6) Carefully pull the end cap away from the side of the cabinet, taking care not to break any of the attached pieces. 7) Remove the components that control the temperature of the pantry. Some must be rotated to bring the component through a slot (or similar arrangement) - the control arm snaps into a hole in the center back of the cabinet... so you may need to use a flat screwdriver to assist in freeing it. 7) Install the components just removed onto the new end cap. 8) Re-attach the control bar in the back of the cabinet. (Its other end is now attached to the new end cap.) 9) Position the end cap and secure it to the cabinet with the 3 screws. Before snugging them up, test them to insure that the temperature control is sliding correctly. 10) If all is well, snug up the screws. 11) Re-install the glass support rails, glass, pantry drawer and the veg and fruit drawers. 12) Place the left end of the front cover of the pantry drawer on the hinge pin on the left side. Carefully bow the cover to allow the right side to be slid over its hing pin on the right end cap. Job done. In the future, take care to insure that the pantry draw is pushed in and the cover is closed BEFORE you close either of the two doors on the refrigerator!
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Part Number: PS2365144