I have a frigidairewith the freezer located at the top. My refrigerator door is sagging. So the seal is not sealing. It is only sagging on the left side (the opening side). The right side, or the hinge side is fine. So when you look at the frig, the door sags downward towards the left. The bottom hinge washers look fine. Is it possible that the bottom hinge (L-bracket) is slightly bent?
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There is no vacuum seal. The gasket is magetized and is slightly compressed by the closed door to form a seal. BUT, the door seals properly only if the hinges are properly adjusted to ensure even contact. Often, problems with poor closing are traceable to the hinges being out of adjustment at the top or bottom or both. Door alignment can change over time as well
Empty the freezer drawers and check they are all fully pushed to the back. Check the door alignment and adjust using the heel of your hand to straighten/ square it up. Check the magnetic seal makes contact all the way round.
I am NOT saying you should order the part from here, but it is the only site that I have found that has the parts layout like this. NOTE: I have had good luck with this site, as far as getting the right part in a timely manner.
contact this company here http://www.allbrandonline.com/ you will be able to order your door seals from this company and they will mail them to you 1800-252-7500 is there number also remember after you install the seals to coat the seals with petroleum jelly or vaseline and leave the door of the freezer closed for at least 3 hours this causes the door seal to mold properly and keep the proper suction to make sure the door stays snug and grabs onto the frame if you have any questions message me back and please remember to rank how this opinion has helped it allows me to continue helping people in similar situations in the future on this site Thanks again Rick
Most likely, you never notice the light bulb in your freezer or refrigerator until it is not working. Then it is time to replace the bulb. This is especially important with freezers, which are often in areas with poorer lighting, like basements or garages. Fortunately, the task is a simple one. Instructions
1 Unplug the freezer to prevent an accidental shock when you remove the light bulb.
2 Open the door of the freezer, look at the top inside edge of the freezer, below the door seal and back about 1 to 2 inches from the edge. You will see a small plastic or metal panel that protects the bulb from damage and shields your eyes from the direct light of the bulb when the door is opened. Reach behind the guard and remove the bulb by twisting it to the left.
3 Put your new bulb in by inserting it into the socket and twisting it to the right to screw it in. Be sure you use a freezer bulb--it is built a little tougher and is the correct wattage. You can find them at appliance or hardware stores. Plug the freezer back in to test operation of the bulb.