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Freezer Door Hinge
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PartSelect Number PS2581688
Manufacturer Part Number 297313200
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Catrina from Calumet City, IL
Door wasn't closing correctly.
My husband removed the old hinge, by taking out the old screws and the old hinge and attached the new one, by inserting the new hinge and the new screws. It was as easy as 123. Read more...
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Upper Hinge
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PartSelect Number PS11775577
Manufacturer Part Number 297283803
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Hinge Kit
PartSelect Number PS2581693
Manufacturer Part Number 297321900
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Tom from Riverton, WV
Old hinge was broken
Remove the 6 screws with a 5/16 inch nut driver. Make sure the lid gasket is in full contact all the way around. Remove any ice interfering with the lid gasket mating properly. Install new hinge using the original screws. Have somebody hold up the lid and tighten the spring nut with a deep 1/2 inch socket gradually until the lid stays up by itself. Read more...
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Door Closing Cam
PartSelect Number PS3419173
Manufacturer Part Number 297302900
Fixes these symptoms
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BEARING-HINGE
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PartSelect Number PS1146288
Manufacturer Part Number 297006800
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Top Hinge Bearing
PartSelect Number PS10060181
Manufacturer Part Number 216970802
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Door Hinge Pin Bearing
PartSelect Number PS428213
Manufacturer Part Number 218519300
This white hinge pin bearing pivots the freezer and refrigerator door.
Fixes these symptoms
Installation Instructions
Dale from Pevely, MO
Refrigerator ran frequently and freezer door was sagging
I pulled off the old door gasket which came off really easy. I was hoping the new one would go on as easy as just popping it in place but it didnt work. I had to remove the inside door panel. The gasket wouldnt lay entirely flat in the inside groove so I used a bead of RTV around the entire circumference which helped to hold it in place while reattaching the panel back onto the door. The screws fit on the under side of the magnetic portion of the gasket. In order to access the screw holes the gasket has to be lifted which sometimes causes the gasket to pull from the lip on the back side of the panel making the RTV get everywhere. After every screw was in place and lightly tightened the panel had to be adjusted to allow for the proper closing of the door. This was the worst part, fortunatly the screws left a slight indentation of where they were before I removed them so it gave me a nice reference.
The hinge part of the new gasket requires a lubricant so it wont bind up when the door is closed. I didnt know about this until my order arrived and a part number was recommended for the type of lube. I just used Vasolene and it works fine.
The pin bearing was really easy. Just unload the contents from the door, mine was the freezer door. I popped off the cap covering the screws and removed the screws while holding the door so it wouldnt drop on the floor. Once off I used a flat head screwdriver to pry out the old one and a light tap of a hammer to replace it with the new. I put it all together the way it came off.
Now my fridge runs much less and the freezer door doesnt sag.
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Bottom Hinge
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PartSelect Number PS2358930
Manufacturer Part Number 297283900
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KIT 297313200 (2PACK)
PartSelect Number PS469706
Manufacturer Part Number 5303925119
Door Closing Cam - White
PartSelect Number PS426018
Manufacturer Part Number 216503300

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