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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:
Removed door and crisper pans.Removed nuts on left end cap - think there were 3.Removed nuts on right end cap and one or two on back air regulator attached to right end cap.Replaced left end cap with new one using reserved nuts.Carefully removed back air regulator from right end cap. Attached back air regulator to new right end cap.Replaced right end cap and back air regulator and attached with nuts. Carefully inserted pantry door into pin on one side and slightly bent both right and left pins to insert door fully into end caps. Replaced crisper pans.That's it.
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First I looked at new replacement part, saw what held the part to the frig. Then removed the crisper drawers and vegie drawers and related support pieces. Used socket wrench to take out three screws and started so remove endcap. Realized endcap was attached to a piece that controls air flow to drawer, located supporting screw, removed and entire assembly came right out. I fumbled my way through the linking mechanism being very careful not to force and break anything. Once I figured out how all this worked, it went back together in a few minutes. Replaced the four screws that held the 2 pieces (endcap and airflow) to frig, replace drawer slid, replaced all draws. Done 30 minutes, start to finish. I found Customer Service VERY helpful while ordering piece, couldn't believe it was under $10 and fit exactly! Thanks PartSelect.com!
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.
It actually took 1 day and 15 minutes to fix this problem. I removed the drawers and shelves in the area around the pantry. I carefully took apart the sliders and plastic parts that comprise the endcap/temperature adjuster. Then I tried to replace the unbroken part into the assembly. At that point I realized that something was wrong and I had ordered the wrong part. So I cleaned and put the broken part back in the refrigerator to wait for the replacement.PartSelect customer service person was terrific and had the correct part on the way to my home immediately. I don't know how, but it arrived the NEXT day!THEN, it took me 15 minutes to unscrew the sliders, endcap and replace both.Thank you PartSelect.
You will need a Nutdriver a 1/4" size and a philips screwdriver, I'm a young woman, It was easy find the pc. I need here since I lost my manual, in this particular piece the inside part is not included the tab that controls the tempeture, you will have to use the same from the broken one, snap off all and carefully remove it from the insideout of the broken piece to intall it in the replacement, make sure you remember how its going back, that was the hard part of all the repair! after that it was easy as 1, 2, 3!!! have fun!!
I removed the Deli Drawersvegatable and fruit drawers. Removed the glass panel. Removed the screws holding the Endcap and snapped the old one out. A back panel strip that controls the humidity snapped out. I installed the back panel to the new endcap. Installed the new endcap snapping it in place and used the screws to keep it in place.It was not difficult and everything fit perfectly. The only thing it takes is a little understanding as to how it all fits together. It took about 20 minutes.
Replaced two original crisper drawers with 2 new drawers; replaced broken end cap which required the removal of a few bolts and screws. The replacement parts were identical matches--a huge relief. The interior of the fridge looks like new. This follows upon not being able to get the parts directly from the manufacturer.
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.
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 removed the right side endcap and rear thermostat piece behind the pull out drawer. It was fairly quick, 3 screws on the exterior of the end cap and one screw holding in the drawer thermostat. The worst part was getting the thermostat control that connects the drawer thermostat control to the rear thermostat. After playing with the control rod I was able to to snap it in successfully to the endcap with the proper rod connection. The rear thermostat goes in first, then the endcap. Quick and easy. For $23 it would have cost over $150 to call a repair guy ($120 call charge plus parts). Thanks.
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!
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.
Pulled out all trays and glass shelve which enabled me to access and remove broken part easy.
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
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!!!!
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