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How to remove back access door to fridge.
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September 3, 2017
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I can’t figure out how to get the back access door off of the fridge. Not having any problems with the fridge, but want to know how to open in case i do have a problem….. also to keep it cleaned out.

September 4, 2017
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I would guess that would depend on the model. I have a 177se, with the larger refrigerator. The black plastic panel on the exterior has 2 slotted plastic latches on each corner. Quarter turn each and panel will come off. Reverse order to replace. Not sure if you have the smaller unit, however it would seem the procedure would be similar. 

September 4, 2017
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Roccosamore said
I would guess that would depend on the model. I have a 177se, with the larger refrigerator. The black plastic panel on the exterior has 2 slotted plastic latches on each corner. Quarter turn each and panel will come off. Reverse order to replace. Not sure if you have the smaller unit, however it would seem the procedure would be similar.  

Thank You…..that worked! I have the regular 177 & didn’t want to break anything!

March 15, 2018
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The way your refrigerator works may be a mystery to you, but as long as the spinach is still fresh after a couple of days, there really is no point in worrying about its operation. It is however one of the most important appliances and one of the most used in your day to day, so its characteristics can be more important than other appliances. 

Keep the compartment behind the back panel of your refrigerator clean and your appliance may run more efficiently and last longer. 

As dust collects on the compressor, cooling fan and wires inside the rear-base of your refrigerator, a number of problems can occur. The fan can get noisier and the dust can over-insulate parts that need to remain clean for proper cooling to take place. A dirty environment is also the perfect habitat for bugs and mice. Once you can reach the back of the fridge, removing the back panel doesn’t require much effort. Follow the following five steps given by laptop dealers and also you can see best place to buy a refrigerator in Nagpur.
Step 1
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Pull the refrigerator away from the wall. Most refrigerators are on wheels, but you still might need a helping hand if it’s too hard to move by yourself.
Step 2
Unplug the power cord from the power outlet.
 
Step 3
Locate the screws that hold the back panel in place.
Step 4
Remove the screws with a flat head or cross head screwdriver.
Step 5
Grab the end corners of the panel with your fingertips. Pull up and out to remove the panel from the bottom track of the fridge.
 
 
 
 
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