Kitchen Aid Refrigerator Freezer Drawer Hard to Open

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Kitchen Aid Refrigerator Freezer Drawer Hard to Open

Kitchen Aid Refrigerator Freezer Drawer Hard to Open or Close

Problem:Kitchen Aid Refrigerator freezer drawer seems to bind when halfway open or closed.

Cause: This may be due to the slide width being narrower than the basket width.

Correction: Use the tolerance in the slide bracket and drawer holes to aid in relaxing the bind.

  1. Shut Off the Refrigerator.
  2. Remove the basket/door assembly from the refrigerator via the four 5/16” screws,
  3. Cycle the slides individually to confirm that the slide itself has not failed.
  4. Proceed to loosen the four 3/8” bolts attaching the slide bracket to the cabinet on each side.
  5. Push and hold each slide towards the wall and retighten the bolts.
  6. When reinstalling the basket/door assembly to the slides get all 4 5/16” screws started, then as tightening them down lift up on the basket .
  7. Turn on the refrigerator

MD Appliance LLC offers professional Kitchen Aid Refrigerator Repair San Diego CA. All of our technicians are state licensed KitchenAid appliance repair experts with many years of work experience. We require our repairman to receive training from the manufacturer so that they are up to speed on the newest models and procedures.We specialize in repairing and servicing all KitchenAid Refrigerator models. Contact us if you need troubleshooting assistance or a service visit.
 

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