You will need
  • - a regular and a notched screwdriver
  • - for certain types of refrigerators additionally wrench No. 8 or No. 10
First of all, make sure your fridge is the possibility of replacing the doors. This is evidenced by the plastic plugs for attaching the handle and turning the loops on the side of the door, opposite the one on which they hung, and on the body of the refrigerator. If necessary, additional details provided by the manufacturer, when moving the door make sure them in the package prior to installation.
Unplug the refrigerator, loosen the shelves on the door, and remove them at installation time. Remove the door handle and set aside. In the presence of caps on the bolts securing the door, carefully remove them with a flat screwdriver. Holding the door, Unscrew the fastening of the door from the refrigerator. Remove the door and carefully place it on the floor.
Remove the turning loop from the door. Remove the plugs holes for the hinges on the opposite side of the door and install them in the holes, which were the mounting bolts before.
Then, if in order to outweigh the refrigerator door, the manufacturer provides the same loops, fasten it to the door mirror opposite of their previous position. If the opposite of hitch, there are other details, refer to the instruction manual.
Locate the cooling body stub for mounting the swivel loops on the left side of the refrigerator. Remove them and move to used to this hole on the right side. Lift up the door, set it against the fridge and screw the hinges, starting at the top. If necessary, adjust them.
Install to the new location door handle.
Note: in some models of refrigerators after the hanging doors also required the reinstallation of a sensor opening the doors. It also needs to be provided with mounting holes opposite the current position of the sensor side.