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PartSelect Number PS11743838
This is a cut-to-fit door shelf retainer bar for a refrigerator. The door shelf retainer bar holds food-related items, usually jars and condiments, on your refrigerator or freezer door shelf. This part is made entirely of metal and is white in color. It measures 26 inches long and is meant to be cut to the desired length. Use a hacksaw, or another appropriate means of cutting, to cut the bar to the exact size of your original door shelf retainer bar. This part is sold individually and does not include the retainers. Order the door shelf retainers separately if necessary.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
I received the door shelf bars. They were 26 inches. I used a hack saw and cut them to 22 inches. Put them on.Perfect fit!!
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had to cut approximately 1/2 inch off. It was a bit to thick used the pliers to squeeze it to a thickness it would fit in the slots
I had to cut the bar to the right length with a hacksaw. The most difficult part was getting on the plastic supports/pins on either end. I'm not sure a hacksaw is the best way to cut a retainer bar, but it worked.
fast and easy. I got the right parts from the begining.
ordered new retained and fastners cut to length per instructions installed repair completed thanks for your service all parts were correct and deliver on time wayne winkler
The firt hard thing was waiting for the part to arrive, but that went quick. The second hardest part was opening the box. Shucks I got a paper cut, should have used a razor but while wife wont let me have sharp objects. Oh, yeah I had to find the hachsaw. I fooled everyone I knew where that was too. Be sure to measure properly, because if you cut too short then you have to stretch the bar. I havn't found any type of bar stretcher that works. It's best if you clamp the metal bar to a 2 X 4 piece of wood in order to steady the metal bar while you cut. You can't cut to well trying to hold the metal bar in your hand. The best part was completeing the job by installing the bars. Finally I have more room in my freezer to store food in the doors. This is my story and I am sticking to it. Have fun.
I simply measured for the correcy length, cut with a hacksaw, inserted the ends that attach it to the door and installed it on the door ..... simple.
nothing exciting - I cut the retaining bar to the correct length, inserted the clips in the bar and pushed them in the holes - voilia, new bar in place.The temp control discs were the same, push in place.
had it done by my husband, I did not do it
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