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Handle Mounting Screw – Part Number: DA61-03734A
Handle Mounting Screw
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PartSelect #: PS4144145
Manufacturer #: DA61-03734A
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Water Filter – Part Number: DA29-00020B
Water Filter
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PartSelect #: PS4138224
Manufacturer #: DA29-00020B
The water in your home can contain impurities that affect its clarity, taste, smell, and safety. Water can contain dirt, rust, chlorine, or water-hardening minerals. These deposits can cause health is...
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Freezer Handle Support – Part Number: DA61-08247A
Freezer Handle Support
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Door Shelf Bin (Right) – Part Number: DA97-12650A
Door Shelf Bin (Right)
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Manufacturer #: DA97-12650A
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SUPPORT-HANDLE FRE;AW1-1 – Part Number: DA61-08229A
SUPPORT-HANDLE FRE;AW1-1
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Manufacturer #: DA61-08229A
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HINGE-FRENCH;AW4,PC,COOL – Part Number: DA61-08305A
HINGE-FRENCH;AW4,PC,COOL
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Evaporator Fan Motor – Part Number: DA31-00146E
Evaporator Fan Motor
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PartSelect #: PS4138376
Manufacturer #: DA31-00146E
This evaporator fan motor is in the back of the freezer, and circulates air over the refrigerator coils. These coils will convert the heat into cool air, which is then circulated. When the evaporator ...
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Handle End Cap – Part Number: DA67-02787A
Handle End Cap
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Bi-Metal Defrost Thermostat – Part Number: DA47-00243K
Bi-Metal Defrost Thermostat
PartSelect #: PS4140510
Manufacturer #: DA47-00243K
If ice is building up in your freezer or if your freezer is getting too warm on the defrost cycle you may need to replace the bi-metal thermostat.
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Reinforced Cap Handle – Part Number: DA61-06658A
Reinforced Cap Handle
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Manufacturer #: DA61-06658A
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Water filter needed to be changed.
unlock filter with pliers with a turn to the right, pull out and replace filter, Turner new filter to the left until it click in.
Parts Used:
Water Filter
  • Arlena from CHICAGO, IL
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers
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CLOSING MECHANISM BROKE IN TWO.
OPENED THE LEFT SIDE REFRIGERATOR DOOR WHERE THE DEFECTIVE MECHANISM WAS. GOT UP ON THE FIRST STEP OF THE STEP STOOL,REMOVED THE PHILLIPS HEAD RETAINING SCREW FROM THE BROKEN PART.PUT THE NEW CLOSING MECHANISM IN PLACE AND RE-INSTALLED THE PHILLIPS HEAD SCREW. STEPPED DOWN FROM THE STEP STOOL AND SHUT THE REFRIGERATOR DOOR.
Parts Used:
Door Closing Mechanism
  • TERRY from BAKERSFIELD, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Friend lost balance, grabbed refrigerator door and it broke the hinges.
Was incredibly easy.
1. Top front of fridge: remove cover, about 4 Philips Head screws, lift up and slide back, being careful of small wires (door position sensing magnetic switches).
2. We are working on the upper right door hinge: this was way too simple, there is a toggle lever that locks the upper bearing plate in position; flip toggle up and remove, remove hinge.
3. lower right hinge: using the metric Allen Key, unscrew the fasteners on hinge plate (right tightly, lefty loosey) turn counter clockwise to remove screws.
4. There exists a small black thimble sized bushing on the old hinge that goes onto the new one. It didn't come with the lower right hinge but is a part the fits onto the pivot. If you need a new one, remember it doesn't come with the hinge. (check the door for it too, maybe it got stuck in there.
Place the black bushing onto the new hinge pivot point; there is a slight flat in this part so you may need to rotate it before it will push on.
5. Mount new lower right hinge; using the metric Allen key, evenly screw in all screws, then put a final tightness (about the same torque effort to open a twist cap beer).
6. Now the door: make sure you placed the new upper hinge with arms reach on top of the fridge. Lift door, balance and bring it to the position slightly above where it will be in, lower it onto the lower right hinge pivot, allow the hinge to take the weight but hold the upper.
7. You are holding the door and need to place the upper right hinge into the door and also the mounting plate, this is easy and the door is not heavy. Once the upper hinge finds its location, you can put that metal toggle back on and swing down. It is not a tight fit, there is some wiggle room, that is normal. The plastic cover we removed in the first step, also prevents that latching toggle from being opened accidentally.
8. Put the plastic cover back, watch those small wires, screw torque is lightly, just screw them all back in but don't overly tighten.
9. The door is now back on!
Are we finished yet? We'll I thought I was too but the door height wasn't quite right. I went online and learned that the lower right hinge, also has an adjustment.
Open up the lower freezer door several inches.
Using a philips head screwdriver, at the bottom facing up, there is a hole where you put the screwdriver, screw clockwise to raise door. This is basically pushing up on that black plastic bushing you put back on the new hinge.
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Assembly HINGE UPP-R;AW4,T2. Door Hinge Assembly
  • JOSEPH from WILMINGTON, NC
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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