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I NEED A FREE VIDEO ON CHANGING A BAD GASKET. THE GASKET IS WORN IN 3 PLACES AND THE DRAWER KEEPS FREEZING OOVER. IS THEIR A FREE VIDEO SHOWING HOW TO CHANGE THE GASKET

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Didnt specify any information on what vehicle or thing your working on --generic answer ---do a web search for replace gasket on ===== and see if anything pops up

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