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I understand that you have a Frigidaire refrigerator, FGHN2866PF1, and your deli drawer is freezing items. You may want to turn down the temperature within your deli drawer, when adjusting the temperature could take 24 hours for your refrigerator to stabilize. If that does not resolve your issue I would suggest removing the drawer and checking over to make sure there are no cracks where too much air may be coming in. If there is too much weight in the deli drawer that could cause the drawer to sag, which may release cold air into the deli drawer. I hope this information has been helpfu. -Matt
The small meat or deli drawer tracks show to be avail for replacement as a left and right part. Front and rear screws are shown for each track. Since these parts are shown by themselves, the parts should be replaceable alone. Part# 63001371 is the left track Part# 63001372 is the right. About $5.00 each. The full shelf is a Part# 67001532 @ about $31.00. Pleazer Appliance...
If it's the deli drawer from the bottom of you refer and you took the entire assembly out at once you will know because it all came apart when you started cleaning it. If it's got two drawers then you now have a piece of glass a frame with legs on it and two drawers. So open the refer all the way, look at the back and the sides where you removed it from, you'll see some groves or ridges or little nubs take the frame by its self and fit it into those places you see, then take the drawers one at a time ( usually the one closest to the door hinge is best to start) and slide them back into place. take your time because like a dresser drawer there is a notch that you will have to work with that's designed to keep you from pulling it completely out when you open it. then place the glass into the frame on top and your done.
You don't say brand or size but normally if you remove drawer and shelf above it, unless clips are broken(you can order new) install the clips, install shelf and install drawer that no longer falls down. Joe Don
these filters can usually be removed and cleaned by carefully sliding it upwards. Some units they just unclip, pop off with a sligh force. However removing the filter will only expose the evaporator, it is MUCH recommended to remove the entire back cover of the unit to gain access to the condenser and clean both of the radiators.
Most probably there can be two kind of issues (there is not enough data about symptoms) :
-either the lens is dirty / dusty : clean it with a special CD and cleaning product (the easiest, it doesn't require you to disassemble the player). If you are meticullous you can also clean it with ear-cleaner and a drop of windows cleaning product (you need to dismantle the player)
-or the drive belt is cut or loosen : change it for a new one (be careful : a new belt can seem REALLY short because it has to be tense almost to its maximum. If you use a wrong belt -a bit too long- it will slip). symptoms : the drive doesn't fully eject (or at all), or the drawer can't completly get back. The motor can't mount inside the CD hole.