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Re: how do you remove the doors
There are chrome plastic trim pieces at the ends of the full length handles. Remove gently, they are pressed into the groove of the metal trim. Next either slide or pull the front facing trim outward from the metal... exposing 6mm or 1/4 inch sheet metal screws. Remove. The handles may also have a double stick tape at the attachment points. Replace this after cleaning the old residue off with goof-off. If the screws won't stay tight afterward, remove the trim and add Loc-tite -- blue, red, or GREEN depending on how you feel about it.
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Open door, remove handles, arm rest etc. then door panel screws and then with a thin blade tool like a putty knife or a proper trim panel tool feel out where the internal fasteners are and pop them out with a force pushing the panel away from the door.
there are two screws on each side of the bottom freezer unit you need to remove. they can be removed after de-installing the front bin with the two plastic sleeves on the right and left. Then you can remove the bottom drawer door and the bins inside. next, open both top doors and angle the fridge with one door inside the door frame, then "walk" the fridge over the doorstoop, turning towards the inside door as you push. Follow thru with the rest of the unit, then re-attach the bottom drawer.
I ran into the same problem when I moved into my old house. the door way was to small, so I had to take both doors off the refrigerator to get it through the doorway. But I found out when I moved out of the house, that I was able to open both doors and wiggle it through the doorway. It was a hassle but it was alot easier that removing the doors. Good luck.
You need to use a small allen wrench. There are small holes on the top and botton side of each door handle and underneath on the right and left side of the freezer handle. Just insert the proper size allen wrench in each hole and unscrew the handles.
Remove the door trim inside by loosen 3 bolt with screw driver, then pull out the door trim, after that loosen the hex.bolt (3 hex-bolt) on lock mechanism bracket, after that you can loose bolt (4 hex bolt) on handle cover. Be careful to not drop the bolt, because the gap on sliding door is too narrow. After you removing the handle assembly you can see where is the broken. You can remove the handle from cover by removing pin clips on it. To fixing the broken handle you can just using plastic glue or you can drill a small hole and put some small wire to reinforce the plastic.
Yes, the handle, doors and knobs can all be removed, in fact (If I remember correctly) the unit is delivered with at least the handle/rail at the top not fitted. I would still suggest that you visit the supplier with a tape measure and suggest that if they want sell you a unit, they reassure you by showing you a packaged unit, or demonstrate the removal of the handle.
ther should be a small allen screw holding them on no?? if not grabbig the handle and lifting straightup will undo front the clips and ssnap them back on when in. I thihk id rather remove the dorr assy though, (3) 5/16 screws under the top hinge covers, adn by pullinf outh the freezer door youll see 2 phillips head screws bout 5 inches in on either side from the rfornt panel of door located in the sliding track itself, after reemoving the screw the entire door will lift off and out, you gain another 3-5 inches that way and not worry about scratchin the appiance going through doorway