Question about Frigidaire Refrigerators
USUALLY and it just pops off and back on
Posted on Nov 10, 2018
Just pull it
Posted on Nov 10, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are shims that can be moved but unless thaqt car never went outside the will be probley frozen.Is it the toe that is off or the camber you said out at the top,that sounds like camber adjustment.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
SOURCE: The front wheels toe out
I have a YTH2348 that had Toeing Out issues with both tires. After digging deep into the entire Front Axle/Steering Assembly, I learned that the Front Axle Bushings internal bolt hole diameters had increased due to friction and usage (it's a non-greasable assembly) thus because of the friction and the weight of the mower itself, the 7/16 14 3 Bolt, reamed out the Bushings holes. The excessive hole diameter was allowing the axle to flex back and forth, messing up the Toe Setting, along with a bent Left Drag Link. I SHIMMED the Axle removing the ability for it to flex. I also re-straightened the Left Drag Link back to its proper shape and length.(it doesn't take much bending of the Drag Links to mess of the Toe Setting)
Posted on May 20, 2018
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Hello friend, that's a great question!
Typically the drain pan is located at the bottom of your Frigidaire refrigerator. You can look it by removing the toe grille. Hopefully this is helpful. -Matt
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Hello - To remove the toe grille you will need to have the doors of the refrigerator open, the grille simply snaps into place. Remove the right side first and then the left, as the water line is on that side. When replacing follow the steps in reverse.
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