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Just need to see a picture of the refrigerator door put together with what screws and bolts for the Admiral ATF211ODR. We moved and the movers removed the doors, bolts and screws so I do not know how to put them back.

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Http://www.apdepot.com/index.asp After going here , type in your model number , but change the O (letter) to 0 (number) . This will show you how to assemble .

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