Question about Refrigerators
The shelf, which goes in the refrigerator door supported (supposedly) by white plastic pins, doesn't seem to be wide enough because it falls off the pin support regularly causing things to come crashing down. I'm at a loss on how to fix it, where to find a wider shelf or longer pins to support the shelf. Rest of refrigerator works fine!
I got a new refrigerator that has the same problem. I solved it by cutting a triangular pencil grip for children's pencils down so they extend out just past the pegs on both sides (making them longer). The grips fit on snug, just like on a pencil, you don't have to screw the shelves in permanently which allows them to be taken off and moved. Works like a charm and holds the shelves in very snug.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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