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    Default 1949 GE refrigerator door switch

    Hello all. I am new to the forum and have just acquired two pretty nice GE refrigerators. One is a 49, NF-8-FB and the other is close but no serial number found just yet. NF-8 ran when I brought it home but the wires are so brittle I do t want to risk a fire and am retiring it. My current problem is how to remove the door switch so am looking for answers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrispilot View Post
    Hello all. I am new to the forum and have just acquired two pretty nice GE refrigerators. One is a 49, NF-8-FB and the other is close but no serial number found just yet. NF-8 ran when I brought it home but the wires are so brittle I do t want to risk a fire and am retiring it. My current problem is how to remove the door switch so am looking for answers.
    I meant to write “rewriting” not “retiring”. Hah!

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    Thank you spell check. Re-wiring.

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