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Old 03-09-2011, 03:28 PM   #1
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removing the back panel on my freezer


I am trying to remove the back panel on my Kenmore freezer with an icemaker. I have removed the icemaker but the plug for the icemake is holding the panel in. Do I remove the plug? if so how??? please help and thanks

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removing the back panel on my freezer


how old? sxs or top freezer? older models you would just give it a 1/4 twist and that would do it

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