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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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It's a shot...but if I recall correctly the rubber seal thats between the door and the fridge can be peeled back or removed, and underneath are the screws that hold the inside panels on...
I would peel the seal back a little at a time until I actually locate a screw...then once located... I would feel more confident about the removal of the entire seal. Keep in mind the seal is much easier to remove than to replace...I used baby oil in some place to replace the seal...Good Luck!
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