There are 3 ways it can be held on,screws,snaps,clips or slides one way up or down or side to side,to make sure what you have get the model number from inside the frig. ,go to sears .com click on parts put in your model number and your whole frig diagram will come up and you will see exactly how it comes apart,let me know how you do-mike
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There are a lot of things that could be the source of the problem... is there no cooling at all going on in the freezer? Is the back wall of the freezer cold? It could be anything from a fan, to the compressor, to the control board... you need a technician.
I would get on the phone with Sears, and explain the continuing problems you have been having, and they may agree to cover service.
It is the Freezer Fan, he ice maker fan. I experienced the same conditions of a two year period. The tech allows said either unplug overnight. I as you couldn't take the noise. Oh by the way it will be getting worse!!! The solution replace the Freezer Fan motor.it cost about $78.00 plus shipping. they are located behind the freezer rear wall. They are very labor intensive to replace because the electrical leads are attached just out of reach. I have a 33" arm and I had to act like a contortionist to unplug them.
You said, you have the Kenmore Elite Trio Bottom Freezer. You moved your refrigerator
to a new home and removed the bottom freezer door, but can not seem to
figure out exactly how to put it back on correctly.
It's too much for me to tell you myself. This is easier! Page 9 shows you how to remove and reinstall doors.
http://www.managemyhome.com/mmh/lis_pdf/OWNM/L0523115.pdf Thank you, Huuum, Please remember to leave a rating!
unplug the unit from the wall and re-plug it in and see if the display goes back to normal. It will stay that way untill the next defrost cycle and the code out again. Most likely there is a controller located on the right side of theevap that may need replacing. The code is saying there is a defrost problem.