We just moved to a new house with our old fridge. The door opens the wrong way for our new kitchen. I was told they can easily be switched. Any info on how to do this? Also the previous owners did not have an ice maker and the line set up for the ice maker is closed off. Any information on how to set this up?
Hi KYCHIRO, if you'll take a look at your fridge you'll notice plugs on the opposite side from where it's currently hinged. Pry the plugs out (hang on to them), then unscrew the screws holding the hinges and handles on the door(s). Transfer all hinges and handles to the unplugged holes, place plugs into the old side holes, done. As for the icemaker, exactly how is the line closed off?
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