Question about Refrigerators
I want to remove the shelf and I can't because the cover prevents me from lifting up the shelf enough to remove it from the door. Thank you
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Generally, icing is the result of too much water vapor inside the unit, blockage of the circulation channels and too much packing in of the box. The water vapor is generally caused by: uncapped items in the fridge, opening the door too often, humid conditions, bad door seals. There is of course, there is a possibility that the defrost cycle on the unit is not working. About once a day, depending on the brand, you should notice that the fans and compressor don't run and you should hear a bit of creaking, sloshing or other strange noises as the ice melts. If this is not happening, your defrost timer or the coil it heats could be bad.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
That is normal. The refrigerant runs through those shelves. They are the evaporator side of the unit.That is where the freezing effect comes from.
Check door seals for leaking air.
Keep door openings to a minimum.
Get in there and get out.
Those things will help prolong frost/ice buildup.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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
If you look up into the dispenser area, you'll find a small (1/4") hex head screw that holds the right side of the ice dispenser chute and flap in place. You can remove the screw and the clip that holds the assembly in place and you can remove the chute and flap from the door.
Once you have that out, you can see the clip on the chute that holds it in place on the dispensing lever. Unclip it and you can install the new chute by reversing the steps described.
You can also try to just unclip the chute, but you could break it or the dispensing lever/arm in the process, hence the reason for removing the assembly instead.
Hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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