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How to remove the freezer door in a Whirlpool GI6SDRXXB00 French Door refrigerator

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Washing Machine Repair 01 April 2013 · 1,005 views

Whirlpool refrigerator door freezer

this may apply:

Freezer Drawer (some models)
1. Open drawer to fully open position.
2. Remove upper and lower basket.
3. Remove screws one in each rail marked on side of rail.
4. Lift front of drawer up and out to remove drawer.
5. Set drawer on a padded surface to prevent damage to finish.


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Source: Whirlpool French Door GI6SDRXXB00




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