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There is a small plastic bracket that holds the top of the small door in the refrigerator. it is held to the compartment by two 1/16" plastic pins molded into the part, whose size is 1/2 x 5/8 x 5/8". one pin has broken off, and i need a replacement part.

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  • joeredding Nov 07, 2010

    The solution offered was for the freezer door with pins attached to it, What i need is the small bracked (top and bottom) that holds the pin on the freezer door. part size 1/2 x 5/8 x 58 with two protuding pins about 1/16 dia.that go into the metal freezer compartment.

  • joeredding Nov 12, 2010

    I hoped you could have the part number. I already had the U-Line customer

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Hello, If this part visible from the outside with the refrigerator door closed, then you need a hinge assembly, if you are referring to a door inside the unit(door open) then you need the freezer door which has a couple of plastic pins formed to it and are actually a part of the door. There is a website that you can use as a reference to look at actual pictures of some parts that are available for this model. Try the www.repairclinic.com, type in your model in the search window and you will get a list of parts, prices and pictures of some of the parts that are available. It might be that you will need to special order what you want. Thanks

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