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I need to replace my old fridge freezer it's a kitchen aid

I need to replace my old fridge freezer it's a kitchen aid Superbad 42. Any ideas?JA: Can you guesstimate how old your KitchenAid is? And just to clarify, what's the exact model?Customer: It's 1999. Don't know where to find the model number!JA: Do you plan on doing the work yourself?Customer: NoJA: Anything else we should know to help you best?Customer: I have some cream panels which might be nice to put on a new one

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I have a viking dfbb363l refrigerator, purchased 9 years ago

I have a viking dfbb363l refrigerator, purchased 9 years ago when we built. The hinges have been replaced because of the factory recall. Prior to that, the door has never closed properly & was no better after new hinges. Problem we keep having is the refrigerator loses its cooling. The technician has to come out & thaw the ice build up in the freezer . This happens every couple months. Bot***** *****ne. I am getting a new refrigerator. I cannot keep paying for service calls. Now to my question. What refrigerator is compatible with this viking model. I have custom cabinetry on the door front & the freezer works fine though the light just went out yesterday. We had a new "mother board " put in last year.JA: Can you guesstimate how old your Viking is? And just to clarify, what's the exact model?Customer: I think it was built 10 years ago, model # DFBB363LJA: Do you plan on doing the work yourself?Customer: NoJA: Anything else we should know to help you best?Customer: Why does this keep happening. It's just my husband & I, so not excessive usage

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I have a GE Profile built in refrigerator. I need to replace

I have a GE Profile built in refrigerator. I need to replace the shock absorber on the refrigerator door. What is the best way to do it?

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I just had some movers bring my Jenn Air 42" Built In

I just had some movers bring my Jenn Air 42" Built In Refrigerator into my kitchen and they had to tilt it about 45 degrees on its back to clear a couple headers. Now the refrigerator will not power up. The light on the ice maker lights up. Is the refrigerator in a protection mode since it was moved?

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I have a 17 yr old GE monogram built in fridge also and it

I have a 17 yr old GE monogram built in fridge also and it seems to have a Freon leak as everything is running but is not staying cold. I had a tech come out & felt the compressor was excessively hot thus was a Freon leak. They want like $2500 to repair it. Is that worth it? it is a built in 42" unit so replacement would be like $10,000. The repair, while expensive, may make sense if we can reasonably expect it to last more than, say, 5 years. thanksJA: Can you guesstimate how old your GE is? And just to clarify, what's the exact model?Customer: 17 yrsJA: Do you plan on doing the work yourself?Customer: no definitely not. would need an expertJA: Anything else we should know to help you best?Customer: model is zis42nyb

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I have a Jenn air JS48sefxda freezer not freezing get to

I have a Jenn air JS48sefxda freezer not freezing get to like 30 degrees and that is it.JA: Can you guesstimate how old your Jenn-Air is? And just to clarify, what's the exact model?Customer: fridge side working ok is at 37 degrees FJA: Do you plan on doing the work yourself?Customer: depends on comlexityJA: Anything else we should know to help you best?Customer: probably 10 years old JS48SEFXDA

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Sub zero 590 ice build up on back left wall of fridge.

Sub zero 590 ice build up on back left wall of fridge. Defrosted cleanned drain and coils etc. Still happens. 1994 so it is old but a built in not sure it is worth fixingJA: What's the make and model of the fridge? And can you guesstimate how old is it?Customer: Sub-Zero Model 590 say May94JA: Do you plan on doing the work yourself?Customer: If relatively easy I pretty much fix everything myself.JA: Anything else we should know to help you best?Customer: Know just is it worth fixing this fidge

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I have a kitchenaid built in refrigerator model KBFC42FSS 00

I have a kitchenaid built in refrigerator model KBFC42FSS 00 that I need to replace the bottom freezer door gasket it is not one that pushes into place it appears to connect around lip on the door what I need to know is how to properly replace this gasket.

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I need to purchase a suite of kitchen appliances. I found a

I need to purchase a suite of kitchen appliances. I found a good deal on frigidaire professional series appliances and was about to purchase them until I realized that the ranges didn't have a vent. I am replacing 2 jenn air units in an island, each unit has built in ventilation. I do not want an overhead hood. So, it seems like my options are to replace the units with un ts containing in builtin vent or to install a separate vent. The Frigi appliances I am looking at dont have a built in vent, so if I want to stick with Frigi, i need to add a vent. I notice some telescoping vents but am concerned that they would suck the gas flame. Also, the back of the ranges are in the middle of the island, so I am not sure about the look and function.So, I am looking for some guidance here. I would like to purchase the Frigi pro suite bc it is a good deal, but the value may be moot if I have to buy a separate vent. The 2 ranges are going under ceramic counter circa 1990. They are separated by a narrow set of drawers that store cooking utensils. The current units are different, as one has burners and one has grates. Another option would be to but one range without a vent and another range or cooktop that does have a vent. I would want them to be the same manufacture for appearance sake, but am flexible if necessary.I don't have great pictures with me but can upload some later. I have some that will give u a general idea. I am looking for recommendations on the best overall solution.Thanks-Maryann

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