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I just got a used GE Profile Refridge and would like to change the door from left opening to right side opening. How would I do that?

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Hi. Look carefully at the door and check to see that there are buttons on the side of the door opposite of the hinge. Those buttons conceal the alternate set of screw holes for the hinges. If there are no predrilled holes on the other side of the door then it is not reversible.

That said, If you do locate those buttons, unscrew the hinges from the door, have a helper there as the door will be heavy. Once the door is off, remove the hinges, then move them to the opposite side and reattach the door to the fridge. Put those buttons in the new open holes. J.

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