REVERSING THE DOORS
Your refrigerator is equipped with reversible doors. If it is more convenient for your
door to open from the right side than the left side, the following steps explain how to
reverse the doors. (Tools required: #2 Phillips-Head Screwdriver, Flat Blade
Screwdriver, 5mm. Socket)
Remove the plug plate (1) from the lower left side of the refrigerator using a flat
blade screw driver.
Loosen the center hinge (2) and remove the freezer compartment door (3) and
the refrigerator compartment door (4). Remove the center hinge (2).
Remove the screw covers and screws (5) and fasten on the right side of the
Remove the lower hinge (6).
Unscrew and remove the axle (7) from the upper frame and reassemble it on
the other side.
Attach the lower hinge (6) to the left side of the refrigerator. Unscrew the axle
from the right hole of the lower hinge and reassemble in the left hole.
Remove the 4 screw plugs (8, 9 and 10) from the freezer and refrigerator
Remove the handles (11 and 12) from the doors and attach them to the other
side of each door. Note: The freezer handle becomes the refrigerator handle
and the refrigerator handle becomes the freezer handle.
Snap the screw plugs (8, 9 and 10) into the other side of each door.
Place the center hinge (2) on the top of the refrigerator compartment door (4).
Align the refrigerator compartment door with the axle on the lower hinge (6).
Place the freezer compartment door on the center hinge (2). With both doors
partially open, place the freezer compartment door onto the upper axle. Align
the center hinge with the screw holes on the left side and fasten screws. Align
the doors and tighten the screws.
Snap the plug plate (1) into the lower right side of the refrigerator.
Note: After the doors are reversed, the gasket on the refrigerator or freezer
door may not form a tight seal with the refrigerator or freezer compartment. To
improve the seal, apply warm air from a hair dryer to the gasket and close the