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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:
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.
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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.
It actually took me longer to find the part then to do the repair. Just removed a couple of screws, removed the door track, put in the new parts and good as new.
Couldn't have been easier. The missus dropped a cabbage on the draw cover, that broke off the knob that holds the drawer cover in place. Doh, this is a fairly new fridge and having to live with a drawer, missing the cover, just didn't work for me. I went on line and found parts select. Withing 10 mins the part I needed was on order, 3 days later I had the part and 15 minutes after that it was installed and the fridge was back together. Couldn't have gone better!
Took out veggie drawers and glass support. Removed 3 screws, took pantry cooling controls of old part put on to new replaced screws and reassembled glass support and veggie drawers. Very easy.
remove the three screws which holds the end cap in place. transfer the track to the new part and the temperature control. replace the three screws. very easy!
removed the two veggie draws, then the glass top, then the pantry draw...remove three screws. remove the temp adjustment lever and install on new end cap. install end cap and draws etc...took about 15 min.
had to take out three screws on the end cap and two on the bracket. Had to move a part over from the broken one. None of which were difficult.
Following the excellent schematic on your site, I disassembled the RH drawer hardware and removed the damaged end cap, installed the new end cap, and re-assembled the drawer hardware.The replacement part was delivered before I expected it and the schematic was accurate and very helpful. Well done, PartSelect, thanks.
Direct part replacement. Very easy. Most importantly take your time. When ordering parts review drawings. Screws don't come with parts so save screws when taking it apart.
First. remove the two drawers and the glass shelf above them. Then using a hex socket remove the two hex head screws that hold the parts to the side of the fridge. Remove the metal drawer slides from the old part and apply them to the new part. If you are installing the left bracket reattach it to the fridge. If you are replacing the right side add the following steps. After attaching the slide to the new part remove the temp control assembly from the old part paying attention to how it fits together. Transfer to new part. Reattach new part to fridge. Carefully reattach pantry door to spindles. The hardest part was taking the temp control off of the old part and putting on the new part. I had made at least 5 calls to the store where I had purchased the refrigerator but I couldn't get them out to repair it. I decided to do it myself and I'm glad I did. It probably saved me at least $50.
First let me tell you that I have never ordered a part on a Friday and received it the next day, Saturday at 9:30am...I was shocked and so was my wife. You have a customer for life...Removed the two crisper baskets and the glass shelf. Then I just removed the 3 screws that held the part on, placed the new part in postion and screwed it back on...The part came perfect and the fix was so easy...Thank you again for the prompt service...You are the BEST!!!!Lenny and Ronnie Lichtenstein
Removed vegetable drawers, glass top and two metal guards. Unhook clips on deli drawer slide brackets, then removed drawer. Removed two 5/16 hex head screws, unsnapped temp controlbracket at rear of ref. Removed end cap & temp bar. Removed slide, 2 - 5/16 hex head screws hold this on and temp control from old part, which unsnaps. Install these on new part. Reassemble end cap in frig. and all drawers as removed. Set Temp control to desired temp. I think this tab should be made of a more heavier material, as you can see this part breaks quite frequently.
Removed the vegetable drawers, then the glass shelf over the pantry drawer, removed the pantry drawer to expose the right hand end cap. Removed the end cap and removed the moisture control mechanism, re-attached the moisture control mechanism to the new end cap, replaced the end cap, shelf and drawers. The hardest part was figuring out how to remove the moisture control mechanism from the old end cap. You have to slide it to the back of the end cap to pop it loose from the end cap, rotate the mechanism to allow the actuator to be removed from the moisture control thumb slide.
After removing the shelving in the refrigerator to access the pantry slide out panel I removed the metal sliding rails that the pantry drawer rides on and put them aside. I then used s 1/4" hex socket screw driver and removed the 3 screws holding the part in place. After wiping the area of any moisture from the humidity on the plastic I screwed the new part in place and then attached the sliding rails and replaced all the draws I had removed ealier. Total time was no more than 15 minutes!
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