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 Posted: Sun Apr 12th, 2009 01:20 am
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Hey all,

I'm trying to figure out the GE part number for the shelf. #311 in the photo


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PDS22SBRALSS SearsPartsDirect lists the real part numbers:

# 311  Frame - lower pan WR02X11666  $ 107.99

click on picture $ 76



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WR02X11666 - Thats it. Thanks!

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I forgot to ask!
What can I use as a lubricant in the fridge for these plastic vegtable drawers?
Silicone spray?

On the track where the bin and track slide together... all plastic parts.

The glide action now is fairly rough... need to smoothen it up ;)

 

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