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How to reverse door on kelvinator fridge?

Model no. MRT18DNGWO . I would like to change my door from a right hand swing to left. Can I just reverse the hinges and move the handles to the other side. Thanks

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Im unable to look up htat particular model number for you, looks like my FRT18, which is made by the electrolux company, in which case, YES you can easily switch the door swing form one side to the ohter, whats on the left goes to teh righ and right to the left, not a problem

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