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"Once the shelf's are out take the six screws out from the lower panel at the rear of inside the freezer. Once the screws are out pull the panel out,"
Mike, there is not a "lower" panel. It is one panel period. and it is behind the rails that hold the baskets. I have taken some pictures and uploaded them to my picasa drop box album. The link is https://picasaweb.google.com/jfw1961/DropBox02?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCLLavNL7uLu2swE&feat=directlink
Wow!!! Too much work for just checking the heaters and defrost thermostat.
Anyway, almost there- can you please verify that I am checking the heaters for continuity correctly. I wanted to pull on connector to isolate the heater for a continuity check but, they appears to be some adhesive on them. However there is an access point below the connector. Can I check for continuity by placing my leads in those access points? I have a couple of pictures uploaded to the same place - The last picture shows the heater unfastened and the access hole at the bottom of the blue connector. The picture before that shows the heater attached. So, the question is can i make a continuity check by placing the leads in the holes of those blue connectors on the heater as shown in the last picture? Thanks