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PartSelect Number PS430814
Sold individually. This cam is located at the bottom of the fridge/freezer door.
This part works with the following brands: Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Kenmore, Tappan & White-Westinghouse.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Sold individually. Also known as a short door closing cam.
emptied door removed the door as shone in video it was easy
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I watched the "how-to" videos on your website, and followed the instructions. It was very easy, took about 10 minutes, and now the door works like new.
The video that parts select provided was a big help. The repair was simple. I spent most of the repair time digging out the old broken bushing from the hole in the bottom of the door. Needle nose helped withthis task.
Couldn't have been an easier. Removed the screw/nuts from the top of the fridge door that held the door in place and removed the door. Unscrewed the holder at the bottom, replaced both parts and put the door back together. It took me longer to get everything out of the fridge door than to replace the parts. EASY AS COULD BE!!!
it was a simple fix, all i had to do was remove 3 small bolts from top of door, set door aside remove 1 screw that holds door cam in place, install new door cam.hole job took about 15 minute's.
Purchased 2 parts on line, easy replacement, one man job, 4 nuts to remove and replace. 20 minutes
Removed the top hinge pin and lifted the door off the bottom pin. Removed and replaced the bottom defective parts and reinstalled the door. Reinstalled the top hinge pin which completed the project.
1-Remove upper plate with phillips screw driver (6) screws 2- remove upper hinge plate with ratchet and socket (2) bolts 3- lift door off bottom cam, lay door flat on floor. 4- Remove broken cam on lower part of door, just pull out. 5- Install new cam in bottom of door 6- raise door up, set on cam, reinstall top bolts and screws 7- p. S. Make sure you trace top hinge location with a pencil before removal, so installation has proper location.
remove everything from door, remove plate and screws from top of refrigerator, disconnect water feed for ice maker underneath, remove door, be sure to remove any remnants of old parts, replace with new (i had to make a hole in the bearing for water feed, I may have ordered the wrong part, but it still worked, fridge side would not have water feed to worry about), put door back on, re-connect water, replace screws on top.........done.
Removed screw from upper plastic bearing cover, removed cover by sliding forward. Removed two screws that retained the upper bearing plate, pushing refrigerator door against refrigerator so as not to fall, slid upper bearing plate up and off. Lifted refrigerator door upward and away from refrigerator. Removed screw retaining lower bearing plate and had to remove door closing bearing from door by breaking with screw driver as part of bearing was broken and remained in the door. Re-installed new parts and re-assembled. Door works great and all parts fit perfectly.
1) Empty the refrigerator door (Good time to clean it too!)2)Take the cover plate off the top hinge. 3)Remove the two screws on the top hinge (Keep the door closed) 4) Oppen the door and lift up. It will lift out of the lower hinge. 5) Remove the screw from the door close plate and replace. 6)The door closure bearing is in a hole on the lower part of the door and is likely cracked in two. Remove the upper part from the door. You may have to remove the plate. 7) Replace the plate if needed and insert the new door bearing in the hole. It only fits one way due to the shape. 8) Complete steps 6 through 1 in reverse order. The whole thing takes 15 minutes. One person can do it. The door is very light.
I took the top door plate off lifted up the door and uncrewed the broken part and installed the new one. Lifted the door and placed post into bushing. Viola the door worked better than when it was new
This repair was the easiest I have ever done. Took longer to clean the door before putting it all back that to replace parts.
It was very easy to install. Simply removed the top plate on the fridge door. It was one screw. then removed the door and replaced the plate and bearing. The plate needed to be screwed in. Placed the door back on and replaced the top plate. Done! Easy and fast.
Took off bolts on top hinge , lifted the door off lower hinge With a srew driver was able to remove an replace both parts . The doors is as good as new :0)
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