Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair15 - 30 mins
Age of Appliance1 - 4 years
Rick From Foxboro, MA
Mar 12, 2008
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First, I removed the Climate control drawers, the lower shelf pieces and the Chef's Pantry drawer so I had room to work.
Next, I unfastened the two screws that held the pantry drawer gilder on the broken righthand end cap and removed the glider.
With a socket tool, I unfastened the three socket-head mounting screws that held the endcap to the refrigerator wall.
The righthand endcap has a climate control adjustment mechanism which includes a finger slider and an extenson bar snapped to the backside of the endcap. This extension bar connects with another bar mounted to back inside of the refrigerator.
I carefully disconnected the climate control mechanism fixed to the refrigerator from the endcap.
With the endcap out of the refrigerator, I next had to disconnect the climate control slide and extension bar from the broken endcap by unclipping several snaps holding these pieces in place.
Now with the new endcap, I clipped the extension bar in place, snapped the finger silder in place, and reconnected this assembly to the climate control bar in the refrigerator and clipped the mechanism to the rear of the endcap.
The socket mounting screws were used to fasten the endcap to the wall. The pantry drawer glider was attached to the endcap with it's screws. The shelves and climate control drawers were put back. Finally, I carefully snapped the Pantry door to the hinge pins on both the left and the (new) right end caps and put the pantry drawer back.
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Part Number: PS2365143