Fridge "Plexiglass" Shelf for FR215A

Stock Number: ES1562230

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This product is compatible with:

  • Fridges & Freezers

Description

Can't find the right fridge shelf for your model? This could be the spare for you. This is a universal spare, made out of plexiglass so you can cut it to size yourself.

  • Size: 55cm x 48cm x 0.5cm
  • Cut to size
  • Suitable for most models

Prior to purchase of this item please check the dimensions to make sure this is the same size or slightly larger. 

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Rated 4.1 out of 5 (76 customers)
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    By - Perthshire

    Product arrived in the time promised. Ordered product as a replacement (above salad drawer) shelf for our fridge. We've gone through two manufacturers recommended shelves at significant cost, both of which cracked and broke in a matter of a few months of use so hope this cheaper solution works better! Plexiglass is relatively easy to cut and fit and so far is doing the job. (Please be careful with the plexiglass, and sand the edges before you fit. You can find hints on cutting & fitting on uTube.)
  • Very good alternative to glass.

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    By - Birmingham

    Ordered this as a replacement for a glass shelf in our fridge due to a breakage. I could not see the point of spending a fortune on a replacement glass shelf for a four year old fridge freezer. Came across espares and and this alternative to a replacement glass shelf. Came well packaged and within 2 days of ordering online, just as described in fact once you have peeled off the protective backing it looks no different to the original glass shelf. I had read a few reviews in reference to the cutting to size, so I marked the the Plexiglas from the old shelf and cut it with a hacksaw blade that took about 10 mins, once cut rubbed the rough edges down with a fine sand paper and removed the thin protective film. I did keep the original front trim off the old glass shelf and fitted this to the new shelf before fitting the shelf in the fridge.
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    I ordered the shelf for my salad crisper, contrary to what I have read I was unable to cut the shelf to size. I had a fine tooth saw as suggested but due to the design of the saw which is fairly standard 'D' shape, I could only cut down 5 inches before the back of the saw prevented me cutting any further. I cant send it back as it is not fit for resale. I've ended up ordering a piece of toughened glass cut to size from a local glass shop and wish id done that 1st.

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  • Q What to cut plexi glass with 2 Answers

    By Anonymous - 26 June 2014

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      Well believe it or not ..... I used all I had available A SAW ! Yep normal wood saw and it took me five mins . A couple of tips whilst your trying . Keep the saw as level as possible so cutting more across the length rather than into it and just go along with its OWN speed ! When you near the end take it slowly with NO pressure else it may crack , and its done .

      By Anonymous - Oxford - 11 October 2014

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      Check some of the reviews, most seem to have success using a fine toothed saw.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 27 June 2014

  • Q I have a Whirlpool american style fridge freezer 20RI-D3 SF the shelf size is 395 x 285mm could the glass be cut to this size? 2 Answers

    By Mike - Haywards Heath - 20 July 2013

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      (I think the earlier answer may be for a different question!!) This plexiglass is plastic rather than true glass, and the intention is for you to cut the shelf to size. Measure and mark carefully, maybe applying something you can write on, preferably to the removable plastic film ('magic tape' or labels or decorators tape etc). Use either a fine-tooth saw or a jigsaw or a water-cooled diamond-wheel tile-cutting machine, then gently smooth off the cut edges, e.g. with a sanding block. Do NOT try score-and-snap, it doesn't work well on this material. If you could cope with a width of 273.5mm rather than 285mm, you'd just get 2 shelves out of this item.

      By Ron - Kingston area - 05 August 2014

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      Closely check whether the door is closing squarely to the cabinet. If not, the door hinges may be faulty. Try removing the door seal to determine whether the door closes further - if it does not this would indicate a fault with the hinges. Otherwise, you may need to replace the seal.

      By Lloyd Handahu eSpares Staff - 23 July 2013

  • Q trims included? 1 Answer

    I have the glass but the trim has broken at the back. Do I need the whole shelf? Can I buy the trim for the back?

    By westy - oldham - 14 October 2014

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      In order for us to answer your question or source the exact part you require please provide us with the following information: Appliance make, model and serial number of your appliance. For further help visit the "Finding Model Numbers" page on our website here: http://www.espares.co.uk/findingmodelnumbers. Alternatively please copy and paste this link into your web browser.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 15 October 2014

  • Q what is Plexiglass made of? 1 Answer

    By Sacker - Birmingham - 17 September 2014

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      Poly(methyl methacrylate) It is an acrylic poly carbon material similar to the roof panels used on some conservatory and greenhouses.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 18 September 2014

  • Q I have LG GS3159AVHV will this replace plastic shelf wichc has split the shelf above first fridge draw 1 Answer

    By Jackson - South East london - 07 June 2014

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      This is a plastic sheet that you cut to size to suit your appliance.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 09 June 2014