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PartSelect Number PS306944
The drawer slide rail for the right side is used for refrigerators. The drawer slide rail attaches horizontally to the refrigerator wall and supports the drawer so it can easily slide in and out. If the drawer slide track is broken, not sliding, or is not dispensing water, then changing the right side drawer can be the solution to the following problems. Make sure to unplug the refrigerator from the power source and make sure to wear gloves to protect your hands when installing. Refer to the diagram provided by the manufacturer for further guidance and instruction.
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
When looking inside the fridge, this white drawer slide rail is located on the left side of the refrigerator. Rail ONLY.
First I took a beer out and opened it then took a sip. Then I went into my garage and searched for my Black and Decker power drill with a phililps head on it. Failure to locate a phillips head bit i took another sip of beer and took out one of those old fashion screw drivers. I went back into the kitchen and much to my dismay the fridge didnt fix itself. After another sip of beer I took the old slide out and took it to the outside garbage. On my way around the house my neighbor started to mock my home fix-it skills and his back yard became the new home for the broken slide. I put the new slide in, reinstalled the drawer, and filled it with beer.
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Remove the following: lower rails, evap cover, ice maker assembly, attaching hardware for light and evap fan. Follow directions for replacing defrost heater. cut and splice wires for new defrost thermostat, and temperature sensor using adhesive line shrink tube. reassemble. Work like new.
Not only were the parts delivered in 2 days....but a phillips head screw driver and matching up the new rails with the old ones turned out to be a super easy and fast repair!! A monkey could do this repair!! But now I noticed the left hand top drawer rail is cracked! It stinks that the quality of the original parts are so poor...but at least I'm saving some money doing it myself!!!
I looked at the first problem for about a year thinking that I would get to it. But when the deli drawer support broke, we were in trouble. Or I was. My wife demanded that I fix it or she would make "THE CALL". And that meant some real cheese - and not from the deli drawer, either. When I found your website (by chance) it was the first that used exploded views to help identify specific parts. This was the first of the 3 sites that I had looked at that did that and this method clicked with my way of looking at things.From there it was easy to identify the correct parts, make the order and then have about three days of peace until the parts arrived. Looking for a few brownie points, I installed them while my wife was out shopping and had everything back together by the time she got home.Thanks for your fast service and your friendly website. If I need help again, I'll be getting back with you.Bob PomeroySanford, MI
I removed the shelf, unscrewed the slide rails and replaced them with new ones. I replaced the shelf, put the food back in and I was done. Thanks, john bowers
Cleaned the refrigerator as the old parts were removed. Installed new parts as the old parts were removed so as to easily identify the replacement parts. Very easy and wife was extremely happy after old plastic parts self destructed over a period of months and refrigerator was essentially unusable on the bottom two drawers.
I removed the two screws for the broken slide rail, installed the new slide rail in very short order. Put together the drawer pieces and voila... easy repair
I started with removing all of the old parts.I compared all the new parts with the old.Everything matched up good.While I had it apart I cleaned all of the old parts to be used again.Everything went back together very well.I would have no problem ordering parts again,and doing a repaire.
Pulled out the drawers, removed the broken plastic pieces, did some much-needed cleaning to the fridge, and screwed the new pieces in. By far, the easiest repair I've ever done!
First I removed all the broken pieces with a screwdriver. I then installed the upper drawer slides and then the lower. Put the glass in was easy. All you had to do was put it in the slots on top of the drawers. The filter of course was unscrew the old one and screw on the new one. All in all is was an easy experience. Too bad it took us over a year to order the parts.
my 15 year old son did the install in 30 minutesback in functional order and looks like satisfied customer!
First I removed the drawers and shelves. Then I removed the left and right trim pans (1 screw ea). Next I removed the two screws (8 total) for each of the left and right drawer slide rails and rail assemblies. Then I spent way too much time cleaning the bottom half of my refrigerator, the shelves and drawers! After finishing the cleaning, I installed the lower left and ride slide rails (2 screws ea). Then I installed the upper left and right slide rails (2 screws ea). I then installed the left and right trim pans (1 screw ea). After that I set the bottom shelf and drawer in and then did the upper shelf and drawer. The packaging was OEM, clearly marked too. The hardest part of the job was cleaning my refrigerator!
avoided the problem for a few months and did not want to spend alot of money for a repair man. My husband is not the repairman type (he almost broke a light ficture trying to change the bulb). I went online and wasnt sure what I should order so I finally called, spoke to a woman who was very helpful, parts came in, removed broken pieces,used a screwdriver to put it in, put the light cover on and DONE! a new fridge! most rewarding 60 bucks spent in a long time...i should do more home repair!
Removed(unscrewed) broken parts and replaced with new parts. I suggest parts be marked left or right
I removed the drawer unscrewed the screws that held in the slider rail. I put the new rail in place of the old one and screwed it in. I replaced the drawer. It took a little longer because I cleaned out the fridge while I was in there. I actually had more parts than I needed, and will be returning a couple of things. It was really easy.
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