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Right side refrigerator door of side by side does not lift when opened. Part on bottom lift appears to be broken. Is it fixable.

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Good day,
The cam assembly on the bottom of the door has broken.
Common problem. With the complete make, and model number, go to any appliance parts house that sells parts for your brand. They'll know what you need.
To replace, remove all food from the door. Remove the top bracket of the door, and lift the door off. Replace defective parts, and re-assemble.

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