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Door on Monogram ZIR36N won't pull closed and stay shut

Does pull with authority as if grabbed by a magnet. When push totally closed it will back off and stay open about 1/2 inch.

Noticed under the bottom door hinge that there is a bar with a spring, but I don't think that plays a role in holding the door shut

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The spring is actually a door closure , are the wheels that the bar closure mechanism goes through and attaches to the spring moving freely? It is entirely possible that a bin in the fridge is keeping the door open.

Posted on Nov 14, 2008

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