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French door refrig..right door pops open when left door is closed

I have an Amana French door refrigerator with freezer on bottom...Model # AFB2534DEW. I have notice lately that when I close the left door last, it causes the right door to open, and it doesn't shut all the way, allowing cold air to escape. What is the problem, and what do I need to do to fix it...thank you

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  • Anonymous Mar 10, 2009

    I have a Kenmore which is really a Amana. A year right after warranty expires the right door pops open when I close the left door and doesn't automatically reclose.

    After doing some research I found door alignment screws at the bottom of the frig and realigned the left door and the problem got fixed.

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Remove the door and check the closer inside the door @ the bottom . it is a cam that helps close the door and it is probably broken part # 67002732. this was the problem with my maytag fridge-- 3 visits from A& E could not solve the problem. hope this helps

Posted on Aug 22, 2009

  • dangoodridge Aug 22, 2009

    Just a further clarification-- part # 67002732 is the female portion of the door closer and is inside the bottom of the door- #67003638 is the male portion of the closer and it sits on the bottom hinge

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I would check the door closure, uderthe refrig door , sort of a "cam" style washer the wants to have the door close.. part number 67003638. $5 for the part

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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