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Want to change GE refrig to right opening instead of left

I have stripped down the door and have come to the bottom pin that holds the lower front door to the cabinet. Now what do I do? the pin is stuck and wont come out. I have removed all bolts and screws and my door is off, so of course my food is getting warm. How do I get that pin out and turn it around???

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The pin will be attached to a bracket that is screwed onto the base of the machine, tilt it backwards and look underneath and check for thre screws holding the bracket onto the frame, the bracket needs to be removed and fitted on the other side

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