Integrated appliance doors

Postby master bodger » Sun Apr 01, 2007 1:00 pm

I need to replace doors on a integrated frige and an integrated freezer (one on top of the other) I dont know how to take the existing doors off.
The existing mechanism seems to allow the cabinet doors and the fridge/freezer doors to move independantly of each other.
Are the existing cabinet doors fixed to the carcase via a hinge and plate or are they part of the sliding mechanism? the bottom line is how do get the existing doors off!
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Postby brillo337 » Sat Apr 07, 2007 9:59 am

Do the doors have little plastic covers around the edges of the doors? If so, removing them might reveal brackets that connect the outer door to the fridge/freezer door. Makes such as Neff/Siemens/Bosch have a bracket on the top which you fit to the outer door.This is then attached to the appliance door and has levelling screws for sdjustment. These again are normally covered with a plastic trim. Hope this helps.
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