Question about Sanyo SR-4800 Top Freezer Refrigerator
My Sanyo was purchased in Asia (Philippines). The plastic shelves are broken (poor design). Where can I find replacements? The refrigerator works fine otherwise.
You didn't say what size or model Sanyo you have, but the solution is easy. I have a Sanyo under the counter refrigerator in which the glass over the crisper is 1/8" thick frosted glass, 16" by 6 3/4" with the two back corners cut off diagonally. The frosting is simply to prevent you seeing through into the crisper below. It is maybe fifteen minutes work with a piece of window glass and a glass cutter to make a replacement. My full size refrigerator uses 1/4" glass since it is much larger and I have replaced it myself this way. If you don't have a glass cutter -- they are cheap and available in all harware stores -- you should be able to get any hardware store to make the cuts for you. They are accustomed to making custom cuts for people replacing their own windows. The have, and I use, what is known as an oil cutter which is a lot easier to use than the little hardened steel wheel cutters you will get if you buy a cheap one. Those work fine for straight cuts. Oil cutters make curver cuts equally easy to do.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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