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Cannot Remove the Catch Tray in the Fridge Door for Cleaning

I have a Roper/Whirlpool side by side fridge with through the door ice and water. On the outside of the macine, below the ice and water dispenser there is a small catch tray for water or ice. The tray gets dirty from time to time and I cannot figure out how to remove it to clean it properly. Can you help?

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  • dmellen Nov 28, 2008

    Thanks a bunch.....I tried prying this thing out but never guessed it would slide straight out!

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