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Manufacturer #: WPW10329686 /
Manufactured by: Whirlpool /
Fix #: FIX11752991
Manufacturer #: WPW10329686 |
Manufactured by: Whirlpool |
Fix #: FIX11752991
Remove upper door hinge and lift door up and out of bottom hinge. Pry out both lower door cams if possible from the lower door. If not possible, break the lower door cam, and then grind out the plastic part of the old door cam from the refrigerator door. Install new upper and lower door cams and put some lite grease on them. Lower door onto bottom hinge and reinstall upper door hinge.
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Turn frig of removed all the contents from door. With door closed removed the two 5/16 nut screws from top hinge and rotated hinge to door. Lifted the door straight up at an angle towards me. Removed and replaced black cam and screw at bottom hinge, replaced door and top hinge, Done! no more noise! FYI- Watch the video, made this job simple. Thanks ! Ron , Florida
Removed hinge, lifted door off of the bottom hinge, installed door cam upper and lower.
Watched the video. Had my parts and tools ready. Removed contents on door. Removed top bracket with 5/16 socket and removed door. Removed cam on refrigerator used screwdriver to pry up from base after removing screw. Had to take bracket off bottom of refrigerator because door cam worn into two pieces. Used crisco to lubricant cams pleased door on hinge used a mirror to help lineup. Replaced bracket works great.
replaced the lower door cam and closing cam. very easy remove all items from door take out top hinge pin. lift door off lower cam. set door on two chairs with cushions. removed set screw holding the cam and replaced with new. removed the one on refrigerator at bottom and replaced with new. gently placed door back on made sure that it was in line( you may need some one to help with putting door back, I did myself.). with the door shut replace the upper hinge pin plate and your good to go.
Removed the top hinge and lifted the door off the bottom hinge. Used the socket wrench to remove screw and replaced both cams. Placed the door back and it closes perfectly now. It took longer to take the food out of the door and clean.
I removed three screws from the top hinge of the door. Lifted the door up to free it from the male pin that forms part of the bottom hinge. Used a closed end wrench to remove the screw that secures the cam. Replaced cam securing it with the screw. Lifted the door back onto the pin forming the bottom hinge to secure the door. Replaced and tightened the three screws to secure the top hinge. It took about as long to do the repair as it did to write this review.
Removed the top cover over door hinge and then removed the nut holding the hinge. Lifted door off of cams. Removed nuts holding cams in place. Replaced cams and reinstalled nuts. Installed door and screwed top door hinge and cover in place. Complete. $2,500 replacement averted for $10.00
With a socket simply removed latch at top of door & pulled door upward to remove. Replaced both cams, (one screw each) ,& reset door in place and replaced latch at top.
Ordered two parts, about $15.00. Followed internet instructions. Worked fine, just follow the video and make mental notes of how the original parts fit. One may need some leverage to "crack" one or more bolts. I used a spring clamp wrench attached to the shaft of the driver, since some of the bolts can't be accessed by a box wrench. Hand tighten bolts and check door clearance, you can make slight vertical adjustments to door, then complete task.
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