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PartSelect Number PS11738896
This stud is sold individually.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
If you have enough plastic to grip with pliers, removal is quite easy. But some of the studs break off at the base making removal very difficult.I drilled 2 holes and inserted small screws - somthing to grip with pliers. 1/4 turn and they came out. To insert new studs, a 3/4 turn is required. They will lock in place when properly inserted.My biggest complaint is the price, $5.00 per stud is a bit excessive.
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I had read here from someone that fixed there shelf support stub and it was very loose, so I was trying to advoid that problem. It took me less then 5 minutes and my only tool was a pair of pliers. A short turn clock wise from the 9 on a clock to the 12 ( which is the top left corner ). then pull the broke shelf stub straight out. Put the new shelf support in the same way you took the old one out and turn counter clock wise 1/4 or from 12 back to 9 and you should have a tight fit. I hope this helped.
I removed the drawer and the shelf. I looked at the support on the other side to figure out how to insert the new one. Due to the shape of the "hook" part of the support, and the hole it needed to go into, I figured out which way I needed to insert it to be able to twist it so it would stay in place. From another online hint, and from talking to a repairman at a local shop (who had ordered me the wrong part) I knew I needed to twist it after inserting it. I used a pair of pliers to twist it counterclockwise, about a 3/4 turn. I put the shelf in and re-installed the drawer.
The video showing how to make the repair was absolutely invaluable. It would have been much more difficult without that. Our refrigerator is about 20 years old so the broken support studs were difficult to get out, but because of the video I knew I was doing it correctly. My next project is to fix the ice maker and I feel much more confident about tackling that job now.
My husband twisted the stud off and was able to put the new ones in quickly
Removed broken clip and installed new one . The best thing was i ordered my part on Tuesday before Christmas . When i got home Wednesday my part was already there . I was Impressed .
replaced drawer cover----used pliers to twist stud into side of refrigerator
Took a while to determine how the broken studs were attached. Guessed correct rotation. New ones went in easy.
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