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When opening either door, hear squeaky noise from freezer side--sounds like it is coming from the feet or bottom of the freezer

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TRY OPENING THE DOOR UP ALL THE WAY AND SQUIRTING WD-40 ON THE BOTTOM HINGE.
LET ME KNOW IF THIS WORKS.. MAKE SURE YOU CHECK FOR DUST AND FOOD PARTICLES THAT MIGHT NEED TO BE SCRAPED OFF THE HINGE FIRST....

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