I searched quickly, and wasn't able to find anything specific, so forgive me if this has already been addressed somewhere else...
I've got an FP430 Edgestar that's about 2 years old, and it's finally starting to show it (it does, however, still work flawlessly ). Recently one of the handles broke, so I replaced them with metal handles. While replacing the second one yesterday, I noticed that one of the plastic hinges on the lid was crumbling to pieces. Has anyone replaced them with something more durable? I put a call in to Edgestar about ordering replacements, but if I can use some sort of metal hinge, I would rather do that. I thought about using a regular door or piano hinge, but there's a piece of moulding on the fridge that prevents it from sitting flush (there's a cut-out for this moulding in the original plastic hinges). Any ideas are appreciated!