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HOW DO YOU GET THE DOOR OFF?


There is usually a plastic part covering the top hinge. It will pull or snap off, rarely there might be a small screw.

Remove that plastic covering, and then unbolt the part of the hinge assembly attached to the body of the freezer.. DO THIS WHILE THE DOOR IS CLOSED! That is so the magnetic seal around the door will tend to hold it in place. Lean against it as you remove the hinge part so the door does not fall away and land on you, or even worse: break the door!

Slowly lift the door out of the bottom hinge, and carefully set it somewhere safe.

Be VERY CAREFUL when you set the door down. If you set it upright, against a wall or something, be aware that there is a pin sticking out the bottom of that door hinge, and it will likely simply ruin any flooring you set it on - and I speak that as a "voice of experience"!

Have fun!

Mar 17, 2015 | Freezers

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Saeco Xelsis service door error


HELLO, I just found out that the door error might be caused by a sensor not realizing the magnet at the plastic cover. You can either change the magnet or simply "power it up" by another magnet. The magnet is located on the plastic top/cover. Hope this is helpful.

Jan 18, 2014 | Saeco Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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I have a canon ir 400n series. the white plastic part tht hold the magnet for the door broke off and now the magnet will not stay in, resulting in the door not closing - and LOTS OF TAPE FOR US TO TRY TO...


here is a easy fix..... take the magnet from the other side and put it in it's place..... one side of the door really needs the magnet to hold the door closed..... Good Luck

Jul 29, 2011 | Canon imageRUNNER 400S Copier

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The refrigerator door side does not shut tightly. The gasket seems to be ok and we leveled the unit. Still not shutting tightly like the freezer side which seems to have a magnetic pull to assist close....


Check bottom hinge cam riser located on bottom hinge the pin that goes inside the door it's plastic it's a 2 piece part 1 part goes over hinge pin and the other goes inside door hole. They get worn and break. If you replace this make sure you get both parts until you do try adj. top door hing to get the door tighter.

May 22, 2010 | KitchenAid Superba Architect KSCS25INSS...

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Samsung RB215 -How do you remove the bracket that holds the door


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The Cover hinge is misaligned, causing a no cool situation, the door switch and magnet are out of alignment, the door alarm is also on

The Blue arrow shows the hinge improperly aligned, the Yellow arrow shows the correct position of the hinge
f8ccb64.jpg Solution: Using pliers adjust the height of the hinge by pushing it down, the cover hinge will align properly as well as the door switch and the magnet, energizing cooling fan and
having refrigerator cooling properly.

Jul 27, 2009 | Refrigerators

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Parts List for a Echols corn popper Model 490


Try their Manuals and Diagram Locator at: http://74.222.63.157/Net2009/DocLoc-set.htm

Jul 20, 2009 | Cretors Goldrush Popcorn Maker

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I needs parts that are discontinued for a chest freezer by Kenmore, model # 198.8131873. Parts needed: door magnet #28, plastic insert inside of door # 29 and plastic clip #7


Contact Harry Belk, at Belks used appliances, your best bet. He will ship the parts to you and likely has what you need. If not he will be knowledgable about where you can find them and if generics exist.

704-864-4496

Jun 22, 2009 | Freezers

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Fridgidare Model #LTF2940ESO won't start Error Message DDO


The code means the detergent door is open. There is a magnet placed inside the detergent door cover housing that has probably fallen out. This magnet completes a circuit when the door is closed. It usually happens when cleaning the compartment and can usually be found stuck somewhere on the washer metal body itself or somewhere on the path you took while taking it to wash it out. Take the detergent tray out and dissamble it by pushing open the plastic tabs that hold it together. Look for the small 1"long magnet. If there isn't one. take your tray assembly to a repair dealer and have them put a new one back in. It is just a few dollars and your problem will be solved.

Mar 20, 2009 | Frigidaire Washing Machines

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Washer - soap dispenser door - Magnet fell out... where does it go


I had the same problem. If you turn the dispenser so that the front faces away from you, look on the left side in the front. half way up there is a space with what looks like a plastic clip that might hold the dispenser to the front bezel. This actually holds the magnet, which can be installed without taking the dispenser apart. Be sure to install (pop in) the magnet vertically so that the long part of the magnet sits next to the right side of the dispenser opening (when viewed from the front) when the drawer is closed.

Oct 22, 2008 | Frigidaire GLTF1670A Front Load Washer

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My door lock magnet fell out and I don't know whee to put it back on the dispensr mechanism tomake t lock


I found it! If you are looking at the drawer from the back the magnet sits in the pocket in the far left. The plastic extends out like a clip (to hold the magnet in place). You depress that when placing the magnet in.

hth.
Kate

Aug 15, 2007 | Kenmore 43042 Front Load Washer

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