How To Remove and Replace Your Fridge

Guide to Removing and Replacing you Fridge

Step 1

To remove the integrated fridge, take out the four connecting screws from the upper and lower part of the base unit.

Step 2

Subsequently the fridge can be pulled out via the front of the compact kitchen.

Step 3

Unpack the replacement fridge.

Step 4

Remove the four screws of the hinge plate at the top of the fridge

Step 5

Remove the hinge plate together with the bolts.

Step 6

Remove the fridge door and lay the plastic pad in the hinge at the bottom.

Step 7

Remove both screws from the bottom side of the door and take the door out of the cladding.

Step 8

Cut off the caps on both sides of the new fridge door.

Step 9

Lay the door in the cladding and fix it with both screws at the bottom side.

Step 10

Plug the door in the bottom side hinge bolt.

Step 11

Align the door straight to the front, hold the hinge plate to the fridge and replace the hinge bolts.

Step 12

Screw hinge plate to the fridge.

Step 13

Screw the holding bracket for the pantry top to the back of the new fridge. Subsequently the fridge can slide in underneath the pantry top from the front.

Step 14

Connect it from the side to the base unit with the four screws.

Step 15

The final step in how to remove a built in fridge is to screw in the connecting screw to the underside of the pantry top again.


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