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  1. Carefully pop off the cover using a spudger or other opening tool.
    • Carefully pop off the cover using a spudger or other opening tool.

  2. Use a JIS #1 screw driver to remove both 25mm bolts that are attaching the door to the refrigerator.
    • Use a JIS #1 screw driver to remove both 25mm bolts that are attaching the door to the refrigerator.

  3. Remove the damaged hinge. Make sure that you don't lose the bolt that goes into the door. Remove the damaged hinge. Make sure that you don't lose the bolt that goes into the door.
    • Remove the damaged hinge. Make sure that you don't lose the bolt that goes into the door.

Sonuç

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Peterluchini

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That might work on the TOP hinge, but on the bottom hinge the refrigerator would have to be tilted or laid on its side. Also, you could have used a hex socket of the appropriate size instead of the “JIS #1 screw driver“ to remove the bolts.

My refrigerator is a Whirlpool that uses top hinge bolts that require an allen wrench. The bottom is another can of worms, especially with the auto-close.

The previous Whirlpool model had a bottom hinge with a plastic / nylon piece to make it close. When it broke, I made an aluminum piece that kept the door closed.

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