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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:
Removed the original part and replaced it with new part
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had ro take off three nuts then two screws that hold on the metal slider for the deli drawer.there are several other plastic parts toremove and put on the new part,but it was fairly easyto take apart and put back on.Have to be patient and pay attention to how they come of and go back on. I was very impressed with delivery, I orderd on line thursday night and recieved the part Saturday morning. thanks
Remove drawers and shelf. Slide out bottom tray. Remove 2 nut screws from side panel. Pop out old panel. Remove drawer sliders. Reattach sliders to new panel. Pop in new panel and tighten screws. Reinstall shelf and drawers.
I removed the pantry drawer, removed the pantry end cap and replaced it with the new part. The only thing that took a little thinking was detaching and reattaching the temperature control slider.
Followed the diagram and other people's comments. A bit of trouble with the sliding part, but otherwise very simple to change out.
I removed the vegetable drawers and glass. Removed the deli drawer and glass. I then used a small nutdriver to remove the small hexhead screw. Once removed I unscrewed the metal slider and screwed it to the new part. I screwed the new part in where I removed the old one. It was pretty easy. I just wish they made that part that breaks off so easily out of metal. I am frustrated by the number of times I need to replace it. PartSelect is great at delivering the part fast.
pulled out both crisper drawers, removed panrty drawer, removed drawer slide screws, removed right pantry end cap, gently removed temperature selecture slide assembly, then worked backewards from there with the new part. Not bad very easy,
Repair was easy. I removed the food from tha refer and backed out four screws that help end cap in place. I replaced part and screwed it back in using a little locltite on the screws so they didn't work their way out. I then snapped the cover back onto the hinge points and put the food back in the refrigerator. Done
It literally took 5 mins. Remove the crisper drawers and pantry drawer for ease of access. Remove the 3 screws holding the end cap in place. Remove the glide from the old endcap and reattach it to the new part. Remove the humidity control arm from the old endcap and reattach to the new part (hardest part of the job - just takes a little finesse). Reinstall the new endcap and the drawers.
Actually, my daughter---who is much more mechanically-minded than I---did it. We had to borrow the socket set from a friend. It was relatively simple to do. Of course, the 'fix' led to needing to clean the 'fridge, so that really took the most effort!Important to note here: THE QUICK RESPONSE OF PARTSELECT IN GETTING THE PARTS TO ME QUICKLY WAS AMAZING!!!
This was easy because I looked at other repair stories. What nobody mentioned is don't be afraid to swing the temperature control slider around after you get all the screws out. It just sort of hooks into a notch in the back of the cabinet. Pull the whole "L" toward you on a 90 degree swing and it will slip out. Then you can take it out and jiggle the rest of the parts to exchange them Also, if you have the screwdriver with the interchangeable tips you also have the nut driver you need. I was disappointed because I thought I would surprise my husband by doing it myself but didn't have a nut driver. Then I thought of the holder for the screwdriver tips and it was a perfect fit! Surprise.
Remove the two vegi drawers on the bottom.Remove the glass covering for the top of "deli-drawer".Remove the entire Deli drawer from the glides and put aside. Remove the broken side using the nut driver (3 screws)Transfer the drawer glides from broken part to new part (2 screws).Put back the new plastic side and re attache to side of frig (3 screws, again).Put back the drawer in the glides, works like an office file drawer with "clips" on the end.Your done. My kids could do it. All of the time is spent removing the "stuff" and cleaning all the "yuck" that you find once you remove the bottom drawer. Un screwing and re attaching 5 screws takes less then 2 minutes. Quit thinking about this and save yourself 100$ by NOT calling a repair guy.
removed the 2 fruit & vegtable bins, glass shelf then 2 nuts from the end cap. Instaled the new end cap and rest of stuff in less than 15 min. worked great ..
Literally removed two screws from the old unit, removed the humidity control from the old unit and put in on the new unit. Put the two screws back in and put the lid back on.Your service saved us over $100 in a service call to get the unit repaired. The information from other people doing the same repair was valuable information. Thanks
I took out the pantry drawer, the drawer slide on the left side (2 screws), then the broken pantry end cap (three screws). Just to be sure I pulled out both crisper drawers so as not to damage those in the process. The new part matched up perfectly and all went back into place easily. I would recommend that anybody can do this repair. Easy squeezy!!
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