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How to replace the door seal on a frigidare upright freezer

The seal came lose onthe bottom and 1/3 of the way up the lock side.

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Most fridge door seals are attached to the door by screws. If you flap the seal up from the bottom you should see some screws. if you go to the site below it gives your guidance on replacing the seals on fridges, as all fridge seals are pretty generic you should find it useful
http://www.wikihow.com/Replace-a-Refrigerator-Door-Seal

I hope this helps

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