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Old 05-27-2016, 09:28 AM   #11
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Mine did not have any bracket across the top.

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Russell, I checked mine yesterday and didn't see a bracket on top. In fact, I added a bracket to the side because I had one instance where the fridge wanted to come out during a turn.

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Dan,
Was the bracket attached to the refrigerator or just to the trim?
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Old 05-27-2016, 10:50 AM   #13
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Sounds good to me!!
You have a great holiday as well.
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Old 05-27-2016, 11:38 AM   #14
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Was the bracket attached to the refrigerator or just to the trim?
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It was half ass glued to the top of the refrigerator also but really wasn't holding anything. I put some double stick tape on it when I reinstalled it.
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Old 05-27-2016, 04:29 PM   #15
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Ok I've pulled mine twice. Once whirlpool had a tech do it and once I did it.

After you pull the plastic cover under the freezer door you will see a height adjustment device on each front corner. These are screwed into the floor with two or three small wood screws each. And then screw onto the frig with four screws.

Remove both those levelers and then you can slide frig out. This thing is tight in the hole!! There is plenty of water line and electric cord to get it out.

The tech had a piece of 1/8" plastic that he laid down to set it on. I pulled it out last winter and put new carpet in coach. I just slid it out onto the tile. Worked ok. It is so tight a fit that it will take two people to move it I would guess.

Mine is an FL.

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Got the fridge out. Thanks for the info on the wood screws. I'd still be trying to pull it out. Came out fairly easily after that. Had to shimmy out through the tight space. Part is coming tomorrow so I'll replace it then.


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Got the fridge out. Thanks for the info on the wood screws. I'd still be trying to pull it out. Came out fairly easily after that. Had to shimmy out through the tight space. Part is coming tomorrow so I'll replace it then.


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Rich I called Whirlpool about 2 months ago I guess and couldn't get them to come out and do the change be the guy said he would send me the part at no cost, which I rec'd. about 3 weeks ago. Haven't had any problem with it yet, just wanted the upgrade. So I have the part and wait for if and when it starts to leak.
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Old 05-27-2016, 07:02 PM   #17
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Berk fridge leak

Silly philosophy Joe, it's like the roof leaks when it rains. But, no need to fix it when it's sunny because it's not leaking.


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Silly philosophy Joe, it's like the roof leaks when it rains. But, no need to fix it when it's sunny because it's not leaking.


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I don't see it as the same. When it starts to leak ( the fridge ) it will always leak whether it's raining or not.
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I don't see it as the same. When it starts to leak ( the fridge ) it will always leak whether it's raining or not.

Just change the damn "P" trap before it starts leaking and be done with it🤓😜


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Old 05-28-2016, 03:21 PM   #20
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Just finished. Not as bad as I thought. Did all of the work myself. Thanks for all of the advice. Boy, that space is tight.
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