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Remove dispenser bezel from kenmore 10657572791 refrigerator

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Hi,

On the bottom lip of the front cover toward both the left and right side there are notches where a flat-head screwdriver fits. Twist the screwdriver while in the notch and the face should pop off.

Also, read the manual that came with the refrigerator. It has clear description on how to remove the dispenser bezel.

Good luck.

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