Question about Refrigerators
How can I have new glass installed in a shelf that has plastic all around it with no way to take it apart
You purchase the new shelf from the manufacturer, the glas they use in shelves is specialised, be careful.
Posted on Nov 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I got a new refrigerator that has the same problem. I solved it by cutting a triangular pencil grip for children's pencils down so they extend out just past the pegs on both sides (making them longer). The grips fit on snug, just like on a pencil, you don't have to screw the shelves in permanently which allows them to be taken off and moved. Works like a charm and holds the shelves in very snug.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
This is caused by stress in the glass which was not properly relieved in the manufacturing process -- in other word, it's a defective piece of tempered glass. The expansion & contraction produced when you cleaned it (subjecting it to changing temperatures) caused the glass to explode.
Posted on May 13, 2009
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