Model #59671003100 KENMORE Bottom-Mount Refrigerator

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Q:

The refrigerator is too cold and the freezer too warm

A:

Appliances sometimes work in mysterious ways and we can't figure out why. It's never good when it's your refrigerator that is acting up. I have provided you with a couple links below that may assist you with your issue. I hope these links help!

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Jacqueline S -
December 03, 2010
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You have 2 drawers in your refrigerator section that have controls to make the colder for meat storage or warmer for vegetable storage. Remove these drawers and be sure the intakes are lined up with the hole in the center divider that furnishes the cold air.

If these ducts are not aligned with the opening, food will freeze in the refrigerator.

I suspect you will find the problem in the freezer is the temperature control has been turned warmer to try to prevent the freezing.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
December 03, 2010
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model 5967100 2100 Can anyone explain the role of the damper control, and what setting is cold / warm?

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Anonymous -
July 31, 2013
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Anonymous - thank you for contacting ManageMyLife.com with your questions about the damper control on your Kenmore refrigerator. Knowing the purpose of a part can help diagnose a problem when the refrigerator isn’t working right. I will be happy to help you with this. But first, I want to apologize for the delay in this response, we were unaware an additional question had been posted.

 

In a refrigerator, cold temperatures are maintained by removing the heat from the air in the freezer section. The damper control, based on how it is set, determines how much of the cooled air is moved from the freezer section into the fresh food compartment. The further it is opened, the more cold the fresh food section gets. How the damper is set varies by model. The instructions for setting the temperature controls are in the owner’s manual. I have included the link for your refrigerator’s manual, in case you don’t have one.

 

Owner’s Manual for Kenmore Refrigerator Model 59671002100.

 

The controls instructions will be on page 6. I hope this answers your questions. I want to apologize again for the delay in this response and want to thank you for your understanding in this matter. If I can be of further assistance, please respond to this thread. Or you can start a new conversation with us by clicking on the blue box that says “Ask and Expert”. Thank you for choosing our ManageMyLife.com service. We look forward to helping you with your future do-it-yourself projects.

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Rachel Morgan -
Sears Technician
September 04, 2013
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Q:

Cut sheet dimensions for 20" bottom freezer refrigerator Model 596.71003100.

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I know how important it is to have the proper information for most of your appliance so that you can have some detailed information about your appliance. While you are waiting for an expert answer, I did manage to find a link that will provide you with your owners manual. I hope this is useful!

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Priscilla V -
May 18, 2011
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It's nice to know the size of your refrigerator. I'm attaching the space requirements from the owner' manual. Unfortunately, the dimensions for this older unit are not available. You may need to use a tape measure to measure it and get the actual dimensions. The dimensions listed below are from a newer 20 cubic foot bottom freezer. These dimensions may be close to yours or give you an idea of what the dimensions may be.

Dimensions:

  • Depth w/out Handle (In.): ----------- 32-1/8 in.
  • Height w/out Hinge (In.): ------------ 67-1/4 in.
  • Maximum Depth w/Handle (In.): -- 34-5/8 in.
  • Maximum Height w/Hinge (In.): ---- 67-7/8 in.
  • Maximum Width (In.): ----------------- 29-7/8 in.

I hope this will help you.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
May 20, 2011
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Q:

Can I get instructions on how to reverse the doors on my refrigerator #596.71003100? I need instructions on how to reverse my refrigerator doors. It's a Kenmore

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Please see your first answer attached is you owners manual which will provide the instructions on reversing your door. I will however reattach the link to your owner manual.

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Priscilla V -
May 18, 2011
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Thank you for your question.

I can understand wanting to reverse the doors to make it more convenient in the kitchen area.

The owner's manual tells you how to remove the doors but not how to reverse the doors.

They advise that you have a technician reverse these doors but it can also be done by the consumer.

There just are a few more steps that this model requires to change the door swing.

It really isn't much different.

Unload the entire product from both doors.

This model has top and bottom trim caps for decorative appearance. I do not think they will need to be moved during the door change.

You will start to remove the door from the top down and reverse and replace the doors from the bottom up.

First locate the plugs on the opposite side of the refrigerator door hinge and remove the plastic plugs. (These will be used on the other side when you are done.

Remove the screws and shims on the top hinge for the refrigerator door and retain for the opposite side.

Lift off the refrigerator door and set a side.

To remove the freezer door, locate and remove the center post hinge bracket that the freezer and refrigerator door share.

Lift off the freezer door.

Remove the bottom hinge from the cabinet and change the hinge pin to the opposite side of the hinge bracket and mount into the holes on the opposite side of the cabinet.

Set the freezer door onto the lower hedge pin and then install the center hinge bracket. Make sure you are using the shims that were provided for the other side.

Once you have secured the center hinge bracket, install the refrigerator door and secure with the top hinge.

Align doors so they are straight and tighten the screws and check the doors to make sure they are sealing correctly.

I have e-mailed you the owner's manual just incase you no longer have yours and you can reference pages 3 and 4 for the parts I was referring to.

I hope these instructions will help and I apologize if I have missed any steps in the process.

Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
May 19, 2011
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