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hi there......you havent stated the manufacturer of your fridge...however obtaining shelves for your fridge should be no problem..provided you have the model and serial number and if possible the product code.(a) contact your local your local domestic apliance repair/spares shop....(b) go online to the manufacturers web site...(c) go on line to google enter your fridge details this will provide you with information where to obtain your parts...
the door shelf may be a different issue...if the shelf is part of the door lining then you will need a relpacemant door
Hi Shari. Yes. Go to any hardware store, or a home depot or lowes. Go to the adhesives isle. What you need is an epoxy adhesive that will work on plastic. There are different ones that will work so read info on the containers to find the appropriate one. One I use a lot with success is called JD WELD.
http://www.partselect.com/Schematics/Maytag/54436.gif Maybe this diagram will help you. www.partselect.com I just replaced the Crisper Shelf Frame. I received it very quickly. I am now looking for some sort of support for the whole shelf, because it still seems to be sagging. I may have to invent something. If anyone out there has a solution, please post it.
Lenabs, I was able to find the shelf I needed by typing the brandname and the fridge model number online and I got the number of the part I needed from a diagram but the bad news is that it was aver $40 per shelf and it was just a piece of plastic. The new one would be just as weak as the old one. I finally decided to add some strength to the existing shelf with some hardware store aluminum and glued it on with some JB Weld. I suggest you take the broken plastic piece in with to an ACE hardware and you will be surprised how many pieces of precut shiny aluminum are there for the having. You can use that JB Weld to join the parts and make them stronger than new. Let me know if you need some more help. HarryF