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How to remove the freezer floor, fridge ceiling from an Amana Fridge Model tz19qw


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#1 CaptAngryPants

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Posted 20 May 2012 - 06:41 PM

So I have an Amana Model tz19qw. From part list pictures and from other postings it seems that the section that makes up the floor of the freezer and the ceiling of the fridge are removable. I had the doors off today and had all the screws and bolts I could find out but the front area of this section seems to be secured behind the metal that makes up the side of the unit. I was wondering if anyone had suggestions how to remove this so I could see what is actually between the two sections.

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Posted 21 May 2012 - 01:35 AM

From the look of the replacement part, it appears the floor of the freezer would lift up at the rear and back to clear the flange at the front - probably stuck down with the strip of mastic shown in the link:

http://www.repaircli...ck/R0156842/899

 


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