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I see that you are having difficulty in raising the level on your Frigidaire refrigerator, FGHC2331PF. I have reviewed your manual and there are two types of adjustment for either front rollers or lower hinge. If you are having issues with adjusting the doors or leveling your refrigerator I would recommend having a professional technician out to properly level your refrigerator. Best of luck! -Matt
the door should have an area where you can adjust the door, either on the bottom or sides where the screws/hinges are. By tightening or loosening the screws in the hinge it should adjust the doors fit. If that doesn't help there is also insulation seal that sometimes is incorrectly installed. Your door lock(s) could be stuck. There are several different parts that come into play here and it's hard to know what exactly you're seeing wrong. Have you tried your care book, the trouble shooting tips in the back or you can contact the manufacturer by either email or phone and explain your situation. If they installed it they need to come and fix it. If you could send a photo that would help a great deal.
If you notice one side of your Maytag
side-by-side refrigerator is significantly higher than the other, you
might want to raise or lower one of the doors. The refrigerator door is
configured at the factory to be slightly higher than the freezer door.
The weight of items on the door shelves sometimes cause the doors to sag
slightly inward. Making a small adjustment to the freezer door leveling
screws will correct minor amounts of sagging. Things You'll Need3/8-inch hex head screwdriver
1 Position the refrigerator in the place you plan to keep it,
and make sure the refrigerator is level front to back and side to side
with a spirit level.
Remove the base grille, located below the doors, by pulling
from the sides. The leveling screws will be visible when the grille is
You will have to loosen the screws at the top of both doors and move them to where they need to be and then retighten them.It helps if you have two people. Hope this helped and thank you for using Fix ya
The lower hinge on each door may have a door closing cam. It raises the door up ¼ inch when opening and this assist in closing the door. If it's wore out and doesn't work the door may not seal and the gasket can be damaged. Watch the operation of the door to see if it rises up when opened.
Leave the door shut and let the magnetic gasket hold the door in place. Put something between the bottom of the door and the floor to hold it in case it slips. Remove the bracket holding the pin and hinge assembly taking note of order of removal of parts. Slide new cams on. You probably need two.
Loosen the screws on the top usually under a plastic cap that comes off to expose the hinge there will be 3 then move the door around and retighten them. If it needs to be adjusted up the easiest way is to remove the top hinge and then pick straight up on the door it will come off the bottom hinge look for plastic washers on top and bottom remember where they go you can add a couple metal washers on the bottom hinge then put the plastic one back on this will raise the door slightly. You can order plastic washers or even get brass ones from a hardware store they work fine. good luck
firstly,there is no spring.second,have you checked that the unit is sited on a flat surface (use a spirit level),lastly once all the above are done,you have 2 adjusters under the front of the unit to raise the front (slightly) so that when you open the door 90 degrees and let go it shuts itself........(dont forget to check door seals are tight all round after adjustment using your fingers to pull/push into shape. ...do not park unit touching the wall at the back,causes vibration....
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Easy... The door alignment adjustment is done at the top hinge. Pull up a step-stool, then remove the hinge cover. Under there you'll see three screws, I think they're 5/16". Loosen these (since your door has dropped, they're probably already loose), then lift up on the door handle to align it with the other door... while keeping the door aligned, tighten the hinge screws (and put alot of torque on 'em to keep 'em from loosening in the future). Now just replace the hinge cover and your done!