I have a 15 yr old Mitsubishi TV really nice and I'd like to keep it but the picture started to roll and it would correct itself if i left it on for a while but now it will not stop. Do you have any answers for me. If you could tell me what exactly i could do myself because i'm on a budget. Thanks a ton!
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A refridgerator will roll forward and back you cant lock the wheels. If the floor slants that much you can take little peices of wood or carboard to place in front of the wheels so they dont roll.If you have anymore questions please comment me back so I can further assist.
If you lay the gasket flat on the floor with the side that mates to the chassis of the compartment... you will note that there appears to be a split on the inside of the gasket.
On the OLD gasket you loosen all of the screws by gripping the gasket and rolling it until the mounting screws are exposed. Just loosen the mounting screws as you go and pull to old gasket off starting on the bottom and working your way up both sides until you finish to center. DO NOT remove any of the screws unless you have no other choice. If your removed them to begin with... reinstall all the screws and mounting plates VERY loosely before attempting to install the new gasket.
When you install the NEW gasket.... hang the gasket under the TOP mounting plate by separating / rolling the NEW gasket until you can slide it into place. Once you get about 12 inches in place on both sides from center TIGHTEN the top center mounting screw so the gasket does not keep falling out of place. Align the rest of the top of the gasket to both TOP corners. Make sure it is centered and the corners match. Then work your way down each side to each of the corners. Tighten a few screws until they are just snug to hold the gasket in place. Then align the bottom with the gasket mouting plate and push the gasket into place under the mouting plate. Center the gasket and tighten the center bottom screw and one screw on each corner.
Now go back and tighten all the rest of the screws by rolling the gasket back to expose the screws. You do not have really tighten the screws super tight. Only tighten them until it grips the mouting plate firmly against the gasket. It is best to work from a center point to the corners on each side of the gasket so the mounting plates do not warp when doing the final tightening process.
Should your model NOT have the mounting screws and plates it is a matter of aligning the part of the gasket that locks over the lip on the door. (See video)
Hopefully my "How to" steps are understandable to you.
If not the 2 min 30 second video below should help you. (not your model but the concept is the same) Pay particular attention to the steps at the 1:27 mark of the video.
Many times a freezer and/or refrigeratordo not work right because of a dirty condenser coil...there are also many otherthings that can go wrong.
If you are hearing a clicking or buzzing then check out thelast two tips.
If your refrigerator is running but warm, then...
Check out these tips that I wrote about that... it is a great place to starttrouble shooting your unit...and something that you can do rather then callinga repair person to do a simple thing for you...
As the weather is getting warmer for many people their freezer and/or refrigerator do not work right because of a dirty condenser coil...
Check out this tip that I wrote about that... it is a great place to start trouble shooting your unit...and something that you can do rather then calling a repair person to do a simple thing for you...
place new seal in warm water for 15 min. start at one corner, remove appr 4 srcews in each direction pull old gasket down. now start to install new. continue to remove old and install new. make sure to remove weight from door. after your done place a film of vasoline on mating surface.i sometimes will roll a small amount of paper towel to insert where gasket is not wanting to pull up . push door firmly shut for a few days.
you may have a p c board failure . it has not completely it will . the board gets stuck in defrost and you have a melt down . ( main board d wr49x10152 ) / if not the board ck when it hapens the evap fan in back of freezer .. .. also ck for frost in back of freezer .. mm
Your refrigerant may have completely separated in the system. Shut of the gas, disconnect the electrical and remove refrigerator from the coach or if you have sufficient room inside set it on a clean area. This operation is what is called burping the system. 1. From the base roll it onto the door and wait five minutes. 2. roll it onto the top and wait five minutes. 3. Roll it on the back and wait five minutes. 4. Return it to the base and wait five minutes.
Reinstall it or test it on electrical. It should show signs of cooling in about 30 minutes in the freezer compartment if the system is not plugged in the boiler.