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WP REF GB2FHDXWS09 SERVICE MANUAL

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asteysn2
Manufacturer: WP
Type of Appliance: REF
Model Number: GB2FHDXWS09
Have you validated the model number at an online parts site like Repair Clinic? (yes or no): Y
Have you watched the video on how to search for manuals and have you searched the Downloads section prior to posting this request? (yes or no): Y

Looking for a SERVICE MANUAL to wp ref GB2FHDXWS09.

Or, at least info on how to tighten the freezer handle on the door. It's quite loose, and can see that the mounting posts have backed off considerably, but cannot see how to gain access to them. No allen or set screws visable. Attach points are very well concealed.

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Son of Samurai

Not finding anything with disassembly instructions at Service Matters, unfortunately. Anyone else able to find anything?

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Samurai Appliance Repair Man

This one should apply to your model, Bob:

 

 

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16345Ed
On 10/26/2018 at 10:55 AM, asteysn2 said:
Manufacturer: WP
Type of Appliance: REF
Model Number: GB2FHDXWS09
Have you validated the model number at an online parts site like Repair Clinic? (yes or no): Y
Have you watched the video on how to search for manuals and have you searched the Downloads section prior to posting this request? (yes or no): Y

Looking for a SERVICE MANUAL to wp ref GB2FHDXWS09.

Or, at least info on how to tighten the freezer handle on the door. It's quite loose, and can see that the mounting posts have backed off considerably, but cannot see how to gain access to them. No allen or set screws visable. Attach points are very well concealed.

Did you figure this out? Just ran into same thing today. 

 

Thanks 

Ed

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Captain Dunsel
Posted (edited)

This comes up on servicematters limited access! 

 

Edited by Son of Samurai
Changed external link to point to the file at Appliantology

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16345Ed
21 hours ago, Captain Dunsel said:

This comes up on servicematters limited access! 

 

Thanks Captain!

 

it appears the covers (A) slide off to provide access to the screws. Thanks!

 

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asteysn2

Aha!

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