Question about Refrigerators
My mother has a 20 year old Kenmore refrigerator. Several of the shelf studs broke - I was able to find the replacement stud; however, I cannot get the old stud out. I've tried to pry them out, and I've tried using a wrench as well. Any suggestions or tricks of the trade? Thank you in advance to all who respond.
I had the same problem and used a pair of pliers to twist the broken shelf stud 90 degrees and it pulled right out with minimal force.
Can you respond with the link of where you found the relacement studs as I haven't been able to find one yet. Thanks.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
Maybe its time for a newer fridge for ***********?
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