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Old 01-11-2016, 04:04 PM   #21
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Fred posted this after he had his fixed.



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Old 01-11-2016, 05:19 PM   #22
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Drawer slides rust in freezer

Rich, there is a you tube video showing how to change the the duck bill that gets clogged and install the new "P-trap" drain.


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Old 01-11-2016, 09:10 PM   #24
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I am thinking they need to build access panels that can access from outside!!! They put these huge appliances in while there is no roof on. I am not an engineer, but it can't be that much more expensive compared to the time/money and hassle to do that. I don't believe mine is under warranty and dont think it will be cheep to get a tech out.


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Old 01-11-2016, 10:37 PM   #25
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I am thinking they need to build access panels that can access from outside!!! They put these huge appliances in while there is no roof on. I am not an engineer, but it can't be that much more expensive compared to the time/money and hassle to do that. I don't believe mine is under warranty and dont think it will be cheep to get a tech out.


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I believe it should still be under warranty. My 2014 is I think till May. I need to get them out also.
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Old 01-12-2016, 08:37 AM   #26
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I am thinking they need to build access panels that can access from outside!!! They put these huge appliances in while there is no roof on. I am not an engineer, but it can't be that much more expensive compared to the time/money and hassle to do that. I don't believe mine is under warranty and dont think it will be cheep to get a tech out.


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Had the tech out. He wouldn't touch it because the fridge is a foot off the floor. Whirlpool say we have to have the appliance ready to be worked on. They won't send the part either unless an authorized whirlpool tech installs it.


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Had the tech out. He wouldn't touch it because the fridge is a foot off the floor. Whirlpool say we have to have the appliance ready to be worked on. They won't send the part either unless an authorized whirlpool tech installs it.


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Paul think about getting some 2x12 and a piece of plywood and making a platform that you can roll the fridge out onto.
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I commented in another post about that. I saw Warren at FR remove my Dometic fridge almost my himself. He had a 2x4 framed platform the proper height. He had a piece of carpet on the bottom so he could then slide it around.
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Paul think about getting some 2x12 and a piece of plywood and making a platform that you can roll the fridge out onto.

Look at an earlier post #21 Fred has already described clearly what needs to be done on a 390BH model.


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