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Maytag refrigerator MSD2454GRW shelf removal

How do you remove the shelves, there are clips also holding the shelves in

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    how to release the blue plastic clips to remove shelves

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The above answer is only HALF right. The blue clips have to be removed to lift the shelf up and pull it toward you.

To remove the clips:
1. Get a screw driver or something to get behind the clip.
2. Slide it behind the clip and slowly pry it toward you.
3. Repeat for the clip on the other side.
4. Do the above; lift the shelf slightly and pull it toward yourself.

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To remove the shelf lift the back up some and pull shelf straight out.

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