Question about Refrigerators
I'm going to send you a link of a discussion of the same problem you're having. Go down the page to spkaro's post. Apparantly, they complained and Sear's is going to make it right. Other's are suing. This is a BIG problem with that appliance, and you can probably get it fixed for free. As for the new cover, it's always hard to tell about how something's assembled, until you get it apart. Look on the new cover for hints...like recessed edges that would hold clips, etc. I couldn't find any explanation of how to get it off, but I'm like you- don't force it and create a bigger problem. If you call Sear's Appliance Center, they may be understanding enough to tell you how to get it apart, or hopefully send someone out to do it, free gratis. I'm sure they've delt with this problem before, and know what's going on.
Here's the web blog:
Good luck, and hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
To disassemble the display, you follow the process below, it is as if you are removing the timer.
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