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Ice dispenser spring in door

The spring for the ice lever in the door has come out. How do I remover the cover on the ice/water dispenser to reach the lever?

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There should be two slots in the bottom of the panel. Use a screwfriver to pop this out. You will have to unscrew the electrical panel to expose the dispenser area. Be wure to unplug the unit first and be careful not to break any wires.

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