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My hte21waaww door gasket is causing my freezer to form icicles. does any one have answers

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  • t_jammer Apr 22, 2009

    thank you for your help. I will try it.



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Check all around the gasket to make sure is not broken , if it is you need to replace it,but if not and is dry and won't stick to the refrigerator,first clean with degreaser around the magnet and also where this make contact with the fridge .After this put very hot water all around the rubber gasket it will make it softer and it'll expanded after this you also can put vaseline on the gasket (is not toxic and doesn'tsmell)specially on the side by the hinges.

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