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by pxh303 » Sat Nov 11, 2017 9:30 pm

Hi , I am trying to remove the cabinet door from a Neff Larder fridge ( K4663X0GB/42). It is an integrated fixed door , I have removed the fitting at top and bottom but the cabinet door is still firmly connected to the fridge door in the middle. There are no obvious fixing around the side of the door. Any help suggestions most welcome.
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by electrofix » Wed Nov 15, 2017 12:11 am

cant see an owners / fitting manual on the Neff site but if you post a few pics it may jog a members memory



try gently looking behind the door seal. some doors have screws to pull the outer door on tight after its fitted and these would have to be released to remove it. if it has look carefully holes where these screws are, are quite small
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