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Refrigerator door won't shut

All of a sudden the refrigerator door (not freezer) will not shut (Frigidaire). I can swing closed up to about 6 inches to the frame. It's only my 19 year old and she did or I did not hang on it. There is nothing obstructing it. I can force it shut, but bounces open again!! We just went shopping today. I'm going to have to baracade the door to keep it shut! Help!

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Lisa

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  • adivinedesti Dec 08, 2008

    Thank you. I found the problem. There was a double hing at the bottom of the refrig door that had a screw that worked its way up, preventing the door from closing all the way.



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Check to see if the door gasket has forzen water that is preventing it from collapsing like it should and wedging the door open. This would most likely be on the hinge side of the door.

Also make sure the gasket is not bent or warped and binding as it closes.

Let us know if you find nothing wrong there and we can look further.

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