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GE TFX27FHE SxS (1987)

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awmoore   
awmoore

 Any good docs for this one? Looks like I'm in for a freezer door exploratory surgery.

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awmoore   
awmoore

I see GE manuals can be difficult to get.  Anything from a similar model in terms of door deconstruction would be helpful.  I do have the exploded diagram, but that only goes so far.  Thanks!

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kdog   
kdog

We used to always remove the door from the fridge(not all that difficult) and lay the door on a table, remove the liner and have at 'er, once the insulation layers have been peeled back, one can get a good overview of things. Block the fridge opening with a sheet of styrofoam while servicing

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[user=637]kdog[/user] wrote:

... Block the fridge opening with a sheet of styrofoam while servicing ..

or maybe one of those hair-dryer-heat-shrink "saran-wrap" style storm window insulator kits ...

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awmoore   
awmoore

Yeah, I was hoping for some more detailed door deconstruction docs since I'm not as familiar with it as you guys. 

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