Question about Refrigerators
Some door seals are held on by screws others slip around a lip depends on the model. If you gently pull the old one away and it comes off then you have a lip if not you should see the screws. You can heat the new seal in warm water or use a blow dryer be careful not to melt it, heat just enough to make it supple it'll be easier to work with. It can be a bit of a tedious job. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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