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OK did you se my original question?
Yes, but at this point I just want to get cover for heat eschanger back into position and call a local service technician to do the work. Heat eschanger cover is not returning to original position making it hard to close drawers, So.......
Icemaker installation instructions for 736TC 3 icemaker state "Remove left side heat eschanger cover....then remove cold oplate assembly. Problem began when I attempted to remove heat eschanger cover. Removed two screws at top of cover, then could move right side of cover but left side seem "fixed". Now lcover cannnot be returned to original position.
So the heat plate is on the ice maker... that is not at all clear from instructions. Again, at this point i just want to get the perforated Isheet metal cover over the back of the freezer compartment back in position.
The part number I think is(NNN) NNN-NNNN identified as a 736TC-3 Icemaker and was sold to me by the west coast parts suypplier for Subzero as specifically to fit my 700 TC2
Please note that this is a retrofirt of an icemaker to a refrigerator whih did not originallly haveone. theefore there are both plubing and electrical connections tobe made
Yes then this is the evaporator cover. How is it removed, and therefore, how is it replaced? Everythig is out of the freeaer compartment including both drawers The drawer rails have not been removed.
The cover could never be removed! It came loose from the right side but never on the left.. Then after the right side was pulled toward the front of the unit, the lower portion of the cover became jammmed against the lower flooor of the unit. Was the evaporator cover suppposed to hing e from the bottoom, and be pullled out at the top? Not at all evident from looking at it.
Is the left side fixed in any way? It nvever could be loosened.
there are two Phillips screwes each 11/2 to 2" long that I removed burt which did not seem to add any mobility to evaporator clover plate
THose two phillips sscrews are on the left but it doesn't seem that they are related to the cover plate. I removed them both but it din't make the cover plate mobile
Does the evaporator plate hinge at the bottom. That is when two small Phillips screws are removed at the top, should the plate open at the top and "hinge " on the bottom? Again, I can't get the left side of the cover plate to move, and I can't get ahold of it in any way.
The only thing covering the evap fan is the cover plate that you are calling the evaporator cover plate. It is sheet metal with slots at top and bottom.
The top of the evap cover is closely applied to the top of the freezer compartment. There is no room to get a finger or a toole between the top of the cover and the top or ceiling of the freezer compartment. The rails for the drawer do not appear to be impeding movement of the evap cover, it just can't be moved on the left side.
NOted. So I will try again to remove the two left sided screws, as indicated in the parts diagram. But it didn't work the first time I tried it. Won't know if this solves the problem til I spend fifteen minutes doing the screws again. Shall we put the chat on hoold? How do we reconnect? Thx
Understood. No one has been there before me. So I just start typing when I want to reactivate the chat?