Question about Refrigerators
The door hinges usually can be made to open either right or left handed. Look on top of the freezer to see if there are metal caps covering the screw holes in the cabinet. Same for the door handle. If you find them just remove the caps, remove the screws and move the hinge to the other side. Use the caps to cover the holes left from the original position of the hinge. Same for the door. If there are no indication of the extra holes in the cabinet, then fliping the door is impossible.
Posted on Nov 06, 2014
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