Abstract: A bin assembly for use within a refrigeration appliance includes a substrate defining a compartment including a central portion, a first lateral portion, and a second lateral portion. A cavity is formed within each lateral portion. A locking member is configured to extend through an opening defined in an exterior wall of each lateral portion. The locking member includes a flange protruding perpendicularly from the locking member. A cover is secured to the locking member and the substrate, and inhibits rotation of the locking member. A rotatable member is coupled to the locking member and configured to move the bin between a stowed position and a deployed position.
November 8, 2017
Date of Patent:
August 6, 2019
Shrawan Kumar, Kundan S. Rawate, Lokendra Kumar, Naushad P. Monangat
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