Question about Frigidaire Refrigerators
You could use a sealant called SikaFlex. It comes in a caulking tube that you load into a caulking gun. It's the same sort of stuff they use to glue car windshields in. You can get a tube of white, fill the hole and stick your new supports to it. It should do the trick nicely.
Just a few warnings: First, wear rubber gloves, the stuff is messy and it will stay on you for days if you get any of it on you. Also, it sticks REALLY well, so it will be almost impossible to get the supports off again.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
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