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kitchenaid SXS fridge - Md. KSC24C8EYY02 - Dispenser board removal


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#1 Tone Blair

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Posted Today, 04:50 PM

Looks like you have to remove the SS panel to get access to the dispenser display board??

Anyone know?

Thanks!



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#2 DanInKansas

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Posted Today, 06:17 PM

Oh heavens no.  Get your reading glasses and headlamp on along with a small screwdriver.  Three small areas for you to insert the screwdriver and pry the board out.

 

See the 5 plastic tabs poking on part 11 in this drawing?  

 

http://www.searspart...1241/00008.html

 

The board swings out and swings back in using those tabs to line up. Those are the pivot points.  The area for you to insert the screwdriver is on the bottom of that part.  You may also need kneepads (I do) along with the headlamp so you can get down on the floor and look up to see where your screwdriver goes. 


Edited by DanInKansas, Today, 06:19 PM.

What is the simplest, dumbest explanation? Because that's the most probable one. 


#3 DurhamAppliance

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Posted Today, 06:58 PM

Not so fast there, Bro Dan. There are kitchenaid models where the stainless panels cover the pry slots. This model may be similar to a model I worked on. The stainless panels are not shown on the parts diagram.... So Bro TB, if you have such panels and the slots aren't accessible, check out this thread.. .http://appliantology...e-ksbp25fkss01/

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#4 Tone Blair

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Posted Today, 06:59 PM

Well i know the diagram shows that, but on the actual fridge, there is a SS trim that looks like it prevents the display board from swinging out?

#5 DurhamAppliance

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Posted Today, 08:22 PM

You posted immediately after my previous post... check it out (or as my favorite professor used to say to me... "pay attention!)

Edited by DurhamAppliance, Today, 08:23 PM.

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