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How to remove deli tray endcap from kitchenaid kfc022evlbl1 left side

Steps to remove and replace the endcap

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Hi, I will need a model # so I can look this up and get part name and #.

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Watch this video:
you must proceed as the video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKbAqvuOBS0&feature=related

remember Not to tigh the drive belt motor so much. That will be create another problem: Noise, stopping frequently, smell to hot. etc.

sincerely.

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SOURCE: my Kitchenaid refrigerator deli drawer freezes everything, how can I fix this?

Check the air flow vents for ice buildup, this happened with my whirlpool fridge. Hope it helps.

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