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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you can't find a replacement, use a piece of flat vinyl siding that goes on houses. You can heat it and bend it as needed, or cut it and screw the pieces to a balsa wood frame for lightweight support. Glue or epoxy probably won't work as the cold temps make them brittle but external caulking may be ok to hold the pieces together. Be sure to sand all edges and corners as the cut plastic can be sharp. If you can disassemble the unit and place the door face down, you can fill the cavity with insulating foam to help stabilize it.
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
yes. if the door seal is not making good seal then when the unit is running it will **** air in from where the seal is failing and create frost build up. need to inspect seal and make sure its making good contact.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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