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Rubber door seal problems

The metal strip holding in the rubber door seal has come away - any suggestions for strong adhesive Plus, the door hinge has dislodged itself from the mounting point on the door. Any suggestions as to how to access the hing?

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Re: rubber door seal problems

Try gorilla glue ,it needs to be wet with water to be its strongest.Please rate this .Thanx!

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Test the seal by dragging a strip of paper through it with door closed. Probably that left hinge isn't holding door close enough which was probably the original cause. As seal dries out a bit then will leak.

At this point I would investigate the hinge possibility AND if possible a DIY fix. It may be loose mounting screws or take a little shim to hold the left corner tighter. I would not waste money for a service call.

You probably might need to release the door balance springs accessable under the toe kick area while working on the door. Possibly a hinge is bent.

You might do as they do in the auto industry when a door doesn't fit... basically put forces on it to bend it a bit. In your case it would be to distribute the load and support the door when horizontal about 6 inches out from the left hinge and then bend the end of the door down to bend the hinge mounts slightly..

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