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July 02, 2011



Great post. Thanks for fixing the fridge. Now where did you hide the Tivo remote?


my fridge had a lot of misfortune during a remodeling and all the screws you listed plus two door handles are gone. Where do I get new ones -- the appliance parts centers list them, but at fairly expensive prices. Is there a substitution available? what is your advice? thanks. lucy

fridge repair sydney

Great info keep up the awesome comments guys...Ge fridges are not the easiest fridges to work on..But great when they work..

Phil Runco

Thanks for the information. The whole project took about 20 minutes not counting the 15 minutes I stared at the door before I read your post. Phil

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  • Steve Friedl is a software and network security consultant in Southern California. He has been a C and UNIX developer since 1981 and has an exceptionally broad background in this area. Some areas of expertise include:

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