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PartSelect Number PS11738568
This part mounts on the wall and is used to support the pantry drawer.
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:
First I removed the pantry shelf and all the shelving on the bottom half of the fridge. I used the nut driver to remove the RH pantry end cap. Very easy. I took a picture with my digital camera to make sure that I remembered how the assembly looked when puttin git back together. Very easy to do. Common sense repair.
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I removed the crisper drawers and glass shelf and set them aside. Used a nut driver (maybe 5/16") to unbolt the old endcap as well as the back piece which it was attached to. I had to study the damper system a bit so I could figure out how to put it back together, took some quick snaps with the digital camera to be sure I wouldn't flub it. I transferred all of the misc plastic bits which make up the damper system into the new endcap and bolted it back in.
I am not handy; but the repair was really not difficult. I removed three screws that held the end cap. I removed the slide and the tempature control. Next, I assembled the slide and tempature control - a bit of time to figure out how it worked. Once that was done, I re-attached the end cap with three screws. Pretty easy, and my wife is happpy. BTW, the part arrived prompty and in great shape. I am very happy!
Removed the drawer and shelf above to get access to drawer slide. Removed slide with socket wrench. Also need to remove, then reinstall the arm that is attached to right side end cap that adjusts the temperature flow into the pantry drawer. Reattaching it was not obvious so it took awhile to figure out how it fit. Written instructions would have helped. The part did not come with anything. This is the second end cap that has required replacing. The first was on the left so did not involve the temperature adjustment arm.
a) removed screws with nutdriverb) took out old piecec) disassembled good parts from broken pieced) reassembled good parts on new piece.e) reattached new piecef) reattached door to crisper.
The crisper only required me to remove the trim from the broken crisper and replace it on the new. The hinge on the deli cooler lid was more complicated. I had to take all the bottom drawers and shelves out, and then, using a socket set, remove several screws that held the old unit in. Then, perhaps most complicated of all, I had to figure out how to remove the temperature setting from the broken piece and replace it on the new piece. Once that was done, it was just a matter of screwing the piece back to the side of the fridge.
I had put off dealing with this repair thinking it would be too complicated and expensive. Was I fooled! I removed the vegetable drawers, shelf and pantry drawer. Then I removed two small bolts using a socket and power drill (very carefully). The entire piece just came right out. There's a small screw holding the air regulator onto the back wall of the refrigerator. This is all connected to the pantry cap, so it has to be removed as well. Once both pieces were out, I just carefully separated the air flow regulator from the borken end cap, attached the new piece, and then bolted/screwed everything back into place. Very easy and inexpensive!
Removed screws from the broken end cap and removed it. Installed the existing internal parts in the new end cap and reinstalled the screws. Very easy and the exploded diagrams on your site made it a very simple repair.
I removed all of the drawers, and simply used the wrench set to loosen the three bolts holding the endcap and I used a screwdriver to loosen the plastic cover for the water hose. It took a minute or two to figure out how to unfasten the endcap from the other cover without snapping someother piece of plastic, but once I gently schimmied and squeezed the attached plastic the pieces came apart. Then it was just a matter of washing the refrig and replacing the parts. Snip/Snap.
First I found I had to remove both of the bottom crisper trays and the glass shelf over the broken bracket.Next I removed the bottom drawer slide held in with 2 Phillips head screws.Then I used a 1/4 inch nut driver on my hand held drill to remove the 3 1/4 screws holding the broken bracket.Then I had to figure out how to remove the air adjusting lever held in by clips and re-assemble it onto the replacement side bracket.Then I re-installed the new bracket and the drawer slide and re-installed the glass shelf and the crisper trays.Final step was to re-install the bottom tray and it's raising lid.Done!Done by Can Do Handyman Services.mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
I ordered ENDCAP WPL 12656020 which arrived only days after I ordered it It was easy to remove broken endcap - the tab which held the lid had broker off as there were only 3 bolts which needed loosening (easy to accomplish with socket set). The mechanism which adjusted how cold drawer is needs to be carefully removed. If you fiddle around with it, it will become apparent how to take it apart. Putting drawer back together was straightforward, but be gentle with the parts as they are made out of rigid plastic.
removed crispers and top shelve, removed endcap(five screws). replaced with new. honesty super easy. saved big $
Pulled out all trays and glass shelve which enabled me to access and remove broken part easy.
The previous reviews were very helpful. I had confidence that buying the parts would fix the problem of broken clips to the pantry door. It was very easy to install with screw drivers and just remembring how I took it apart. Thanks for the previous reviews!!!!
The repair was incredibly easy. More importantly the service and speed of delivery was way beyond expectations. What a great company!
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