Question about GE Refrigerators
HI thanks for your question if you pull the gasket back you will reveal screws, loosen the screws at the top and the sides. put your foot at the bottom of the freezer door and force the door toward the top. hold there and tighten the screws. this should solve the problem. thanks the appliance doc
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, No the door is not adjustable like you might think Since it is smaller than the other door any alignment problem is really visible. First do check the bracket to make sure you didn't lose a screw and that the brackets are solid and don't move. The problem is the level of either the refrigerator or the floor. If you have a 3 ft bubble level put in on the top of the refrigerator along the front, NOT on the door. There are feet on the bottom front corners of the refrigerator, you may have to remove the plastic grill to access them but depending on the model and age of your refrigerator it should be attached with clips. The feet screw in and out but with weight they won't move easily so you may have to jack the front a little, remove some stuff or try a crescent wrench. Once the front is level check the front to back, the refrigerator needs to tilt slightly to the rear so the door when partially open will close by itself. Again you didn't give a model so on some the rear feet are not adjustable and some are. I suspect you may have adjustable and the box is not squared up. If after adjusting the front and the entire refrigerator tilts like an uneven table leg then you have to adjust the feet likewise. Use your level diagonally across the top both directions, it should be exactly the same. If you have non adjustable and they are uneven it is the floor and you have to use shims under the low foot. Good Luck!
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
The easiest way to fix that is to pull the freezer door all the way out and give it a good little tug, you will see the plastic covers on the side rails there will be a little gap about one inch on each side make sure those gaps are even. Your door should be aligned
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
can you see the rubber gasket which will be fixed all the four sides of the door,it should be uniform when you close the door.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
SOURCE: Refridgerator door sags
Its a two person job. One person has to looses up the two hidges holding the door just slightly while the other person holds the door in place. Once in place tighten the screw/bolts for the hidges back up and check. If not aligned, redo it again until it is aligned and seals properly..
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
SOURCE: Smeg Fab 32 door problem
The Door on my SMEG Retro Fridge keeps opening on its own accord ? There's nothing inside poushing up against it so why does this keep happening ?
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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