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PartSelect Number PS2358879
Replacing the rear crisper support in your refrigerator is an easy job, but to complete this repair you will need a small putty knife, a punch or a short flat blade screwdriver, and a small hammer. You may need to replace your rear crisper support if you find that the door will not open or close. In order to complete this repair, you will need to remove all the shelves above the crisper in order to have ample room to work. This part is made from plastic and mounts on the inside of the wall. It is also good to have duct tape on hand, which can be used to protect the liner around the support. This part is sold individually.
This part works with the following brands: Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Kenmore, Tappan & White-Westinghouse.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Punch out center of old support, then pull it out. Insert new suppport, insert center and tap flat with hammer. All done!
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I had removed the current cover from the refrigerator by lifting it out of place. I removed the glass insert and placed it in the new crisper cover. I placed the new assembly into position, added the drawer back into the drawer slides, then the refrigerator was back to new!
It was pretty easy. The hardest part was getting the supports that had snapped off out of the walls of the refrigerator. Once that was accomplished it was a breeze.
Parts came in about 2 days, reasonably priced. I removed the broken pieces, and installed the new parts. Both pieces were installed in less than 15 minutes, no tools required. The whole experience was good from start to finish, and my wife thinks I'm a genius.
removed the old parts with a philips screwdriver then repalced those parts with the new parts and knocked the keeper inwith the small hammer
I pull out the broken part by push the center pin thru and then rerome all the parts. I then positioned the new part in place and push in the center pin to lock. quick and easy.
ordered the part, watched the video....it was a snap
Had to test unit to see where problem was. Remove ice maker box, and base, PITA, to gain access to plug for testing.Test for 120V going to motor via plug behind ice maker. No power here = problem is in power board. If 120v exists, problem is with dispensing motor.Ordered part, removed front coverRemoved old boardReplacedWorks great.
just changed the pans---replaced the support in the refrigerator with no problem, then replaced the cover. I put your web page in my favorites. Could not be happier with merchandise and how quickly I received my order
I used the paint spatula to pry out the old part and then put in the new part and pushed in the holder with my fingers. Super easy.
Took out the support and put back in the new one.
The parts supplied were made to fit. The hardest part was getting the original broken tabs out of the internal walls of the fridge with out damaging the internal insulation. I punched the center locking pin through completely, dug out the broken tabs and then reached into the hole with a dental pick and pulled out the center pin. The new parts fit perfectly and with a plastic mallet, tapped the new locking pin into place.
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