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Statewide Appliance Spares have Australia’s biggest range of fridge and freezer spare parts and accessories for leading brands Electrolux, Fisher & Paykel, Kelvinator, LG, Westinghouse, Samsung and more.
We ensure our most popular fridge and freezer spare parts are always in stock – including thermostats, door gaskets, shelves, globes, PCB’s, hinges and drawers.
Statewide Appliance Spares are a market leader in appliance spare parts for over 35 years. Our extensively stocked warehouse includes genuine parts and a large range of universal fitting and great value compatible non-genuine and generic spare parts. We make buying spare parts easier, with fast Australia wide delivery and competitive prices.
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Our extensively stocked warehouse includes genuine parts and a large range of universal fitting and great value compatible non-genuine spares. We make buying spare parts easier, with fast Australia wide delivery and competitive prices.
Safety first! Refrigerators are heavy appliances. Have help on hand to tackle this task. Always switch off the power from the power source before you start any refrigerator repairs. If in doubt, call a qualified service technician.
To remove the fridge door:
Step 1: To replace your refrigerator door you will need to empty the contents of your refrigerator and switch off the power from the power source.
Step 2: Next you will need to remove the kick plate and the bottom hinge, using a screwdriver to remove the screws.
Step 3: Disconnect the waterline and disconnect the water tube.
Step 4: Locate the door hinge at the top of the refrigerator and remove the screws.
Step 5: DNext you will lift the door off the bottom pivot. Seek assistance for this step as the doors can be heavy.
To replace the fridge door:
Step 1: Position your water dispenser correctly and connect to the water line. Make sure the connection is tight.
Step 2: Place door on bottom pivot then reattach the top of the door to the hinge. Ensure the door is level then tighten all screws.
Step 3: Position and reattach the kickplate.
If your fridge or freezer door is sagging or misaligned it can cause cool air to escape. To adjust your fridge door, just take off the hinge cap and loosen the hinge screws. Next, align the door correctly so it lines up with the top of the fridge. For upper doors, adjust the top hinge only. For lower doors, adjust the middle hinge.
Keep your refrigerator running like new with our handy maintenance tips:
Check your fridge door seal:
The seal around your refrigerator or freezer door seals in cold air. This ensures your food stays fresh and maintains safe temperatures. Be sure to wipe down the seal regularly with warm soapy water and a sponge (you can also use an old toothbrush to give it a light scrub). Then wipe down with a damp cloth.
Regularly check your seal for any signs of wear and tear or damage. Replacing a door seal is simple. You can find the right fridge door seal for your fridge here.
Clean the refrigerator coils
Over time, dust and dirt accumulate on your refrigerator coil. To reduce your energy bill and extend the lifespan of your fridge, give the coils a regular clean.
Before you start, switch off the power supply. Your fridge coils may be located at the rear of your refrigerator (on the outside), underneath the fridge or inside the fridge behind a panel. Once located, use a brush (or coil brush) to remove lint build up, dirt and dust. Make this job even easier with a small nozzle vacuum to effectively suck up any residue before plugging your refrigerator back in.
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