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PartSelect Number PS11738134
NOTE: This part has been updated by the manufacture and now includes both left and right side.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Ok..way easy and as my kids would say "easy breezy lemon squeezy"! Even a chick can do it with the right tools! Shipping was fast, replacement part inexpensive and life now much less frustrating when all the fridge parts works!! Took out three screws, took off right drawer slide, lifted the glass on top used socket for remaining two screws and voila, reversed the steps and all was done.
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The hook is part of the end cap so I replaced the end cap. The drawers and glass top came out easy. At that point the end cap was removed. It is held in place by 3 screws. Very simple job.
First, let me say that it only broke because a teenage house guest that didn't know how to open the lid, yanked on it.I, the lady of the house, repaired it myself. I took out the wide pantry drawer, the two smaller drawers and 1 glass shelf, unscrewed the glider rail (2 screws), unscrewed the old panel (4 nuts). Put the glider on the new panel, screwed the new panel on, put the shelf and drawers back. No Problem. Thank you.
removed crispersn glass under crispers. took out pantry drawer. removed three hex head screws , and removed pantry door holder.replaced with ordered part and put everything back together. works great. also gave me a chance to really clean under the crispers.
First I removed the pantry drawer, one crisper drawer and the pantry door. Using a nutdriver I removed three screws holding the pantry end cap in place. Once the end cap was removed I used a screw driver to remove two screws holding the drawer slide mechanism. Installation of the replacement end cap required doing everything in reverse order. The repair went smoothly and took about 45 minutes.
the only thing easier than installing the part was finding it on this website.10 minutes max start to finish. Removed the 2 fruit & veggie drawers & deli drawer and glass top. Nut driver to remove the side end cap. Remove and replace the rails onto the replacement part and reattach. Simple.It had been broken for months and I just kept putting off calling a serviceman. Boy am I glad I found your site. I don't even want to think about what this may have cost. When the kids break something else I'll be ready !!
First my wife removed the food and the drawer from the unit. She then removed the screws and nuts securing the unit. The end cap was then removed and the new end cap placed. The temperature linkage and knob were reconnected and all screws and nuts tightened. Last the drawer was slid bback in and the drawer cover was hooked back to the brackets.
Removed the Pantry drawer, glass top and plastic supports.Removed the Right Hand end cap by removing the three holding screws with a nut driver.Removed the slid out metal rail from the end cap along with the slide mechanism for temperature control.Replaced all of the parts in reverse order.
It was very easy to replace the broken piece. My husband did it in about 15 minutes .
It was so easy to install, no problems. And it works just like new!
this pantry lid was warped when the fridge was new. tolerated it for a while finally it cracked then worked pretty well for a couple years until the RH hinge pin (part of a support for the pantry door)broke. I had never bought parts from partselect.com before, but I have in the past bought repair parts from other sites. Partselect.com had drawings of the refrigerator parts that although were a little hard to see were adequate to tell what parts I should order. I ordered the parts, they came in after an acceptable wait. The parts were literally perfect, went right in, and everything is working quite nicely. I am happy with Partselect.com and will probbly go to them first in the future. I actually like the refrigerator a little more now than I did when it was new.
First I bought the wrong size left end cap. Then I bought the correct one. Measure and check the size first, learn from my mistake! This is the french door Refrigerator with the freezer on the bottom. So first remove the lift up door and the slide out drawer that is held up by the left end cap. Then, take out the two drawers, the glass shelve and the two front and back brackets that hold up the glass shelf. Then remove the three screws and when they are removed put straight up on the front of the the end cap to release the slide on hold in the very front. When replacing insert the two back tabs and slide onto the hold in the front. Do not over tighten the 3 screws and then replace the two bars, the glass, and the two drawers.
Center rail, very easy to install. Be careful removing the glass shelf. The right side deli bin track was pretty easy as well. Study the broken part to see how the slider fits on the track and the back side of the refrigerator. Best surprise was the prices. I thought these parts would be harder to find and more expensive.
Remove the crisper drawers and the glass shelf to give yourself plently of room to maneuver.The repair was simple, but the part did not include new screws which would have been helpful since one of the screws was stripped. The pantry lid still doesn't fit as well as we'd like which may be a result of one of the screws not holding tight.
I had to remove the tray that is the meat keeper and the glass plate above it. I then removed three screws and replaced the part with little or no effort. I was able to replace this so easily.
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