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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The trim on this model doesn't need to come off. Instead pry the control (with the buttons) panel off to expose the screws. the control panel has a small wire harness to it that is easy to disconnect. Let me know if you need more help. Good Luck!
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
I ended up having to remove things in this order: all shelves, ice maker insert, ice maker top ice tray, ice maker lower motor housing, shelving support rails (2), rear evaporator coil cover. This exposed the evaporator coils (which were already dry since the fridge had been off for two days) and most importantly, the defrost heater element below the coils. The heater element was easily unplugged from it's two connectors. I tested the unit with an ohm meter and it indicated it was open (infinity resistance). I then knew it was bad. I replaced it with a new unit and put everything back together in reverse order taking care to use the same screws. The fridge appears to be back in working order.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
Before you go too far lets check the wiring harness. Your model is a Profile or Artica and model number? I would not buy anything until I traced out the wiring. You may have plulled the pinplug at lower left hand of door near floor and behind kick plate. Sea Breeze
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
If you are talking about the ice/water dispenser palnel, on my PSF26NGPABB Arctica it just pulled off. there is double sided tape all the way around it and I used a thin, sharp knife to cut it as I pulled the panel off.
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
Usually Kenmore refrigerators are made to be very solid. Just like all their parts The white panel is usually not adhered to the stainless panel. Mostly it is still staying on because it has been fitted there for a while and has become kind of stuck to the space which it has stayed.
EAsiest way out is by allowing or putting some sort of greasy substange most likely oil and let it seep through the sides of the white plastic so it can create some friction between the plastic and the panel and the plastic will slip right off. Here is a picture of the assembly parts for the door handle
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Posted on Feb 13, 2011
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