07:51PM | 09/14/07
Member Since: 09/13/07
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Can anyone tell me how to remove the door handles and trim from a two door Whirlpool Fridge Freezer model 6ED25DQXDW00. I need to repaint the doors. I would also like to know if anyone knows how I can access a repair manual.

Any help would be appreciated.




10:06PM | 09/15/07
Member Since: 11/11/02
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** Whirlpool fridge model 6ED25DQXDW00. Can anyone tell me how to remove the door handles and trim? **

By the exploded parts views (see the link below), it looks like there are end caps on the handles that come off. Then there look to be screws holding the trims on at the end and then screws holding the handles on, maybe only seen after removing the trims?

- Whirlpool 6ED25DQXDW00 Exploded Parts Views


** I would also like to know if anyone knows how I can access a repair manual. **

You can try contacting Whirlpool and asking if a service manual is available for that model. They don't make them for every model they sell though.


Dan O.

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