Question about Refrigerators
There are two slots on the bottom of the dispenser face (see the first image below where the orange arrows point), put a putty knife or screwdriver in those slots and push up on the tool while pulling out on the bottom of the dispenser face. You may have to hit the handle of the putty knife with your palm to release the tabs.
Once off see the second image below, the part in the top right (15) will come off with 2 screws so you can get to the door you are replacing (6) better.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
Use a plastic putty knife near a corner and pry out gently.
There are pressure clips holding the face trim in place.
Sometimes just getting your fingers behind it is enough to pop it free. If it has never been removed before - it will be a bugger.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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