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Unable to remove shelf

I need to remove a shelf from my upright frigidaire frost-free freezer. The shelf has two spacers on one side which I am able to remove. The ends of the self sit into holes in the side of the freezer. I am unbale to see how to shift the shelf far enough so that one side clears the holes and would then be able to come out. I'm unable to see what the procedure is. I can see multiple holes for some of the shelves which confirms that it must be possible to get a shelf out and in. I'm at a lose for the moment and any help or gudiance would be appreciated!

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Remove the "spacers" from the shelf and discard them.
They are for shipping purpose only.
Then push the shelf right or left and pull up on the opposite side. It will come out.

Posted on May 24, 2009

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