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if not level you need to tip it back and unscrew or screw in the feet on it. use a 2ft level on top to be sure which way to go. if just the door, open door and there is a bracket in between the freezer and fridge and it should be adjustable a little bit. unscrew til lose adjust door to right spot and hold while tightening bolts. that should work. if the fridge door is on top and freezer is on bottom then adjust bracket screws on top of fridge.

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My door won't stay shut. How can I adjust the door or is it a problem with the gasket?


First of all is this top freezer/refridgerator new or has the consumer had it for awhile? If not new, could have frozen food, piece of ice, etc obstructing the door. If you have frost(ice build-up) you could probably turn down the temp adjustment, might not need to be quite so cold, just a suggestion. Open the door and check the seal for damage, there is a magnetic strip in the seal that sticks to the body of the fridge keeping it shut along with vacuum etc. Check seal before calling service (800) # for further advice/ servicing. Good luck, best regards.

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It could be a bad seal or the door could be sprung without seeing it it is hard to tell. Check the hinges make sure door is properly attached. If it appears to be sprung try pulling on the top of door and pushing on bottom to spring it back into place.... Just not too hard.

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Raise the front up a bit so that the weight will be shifted back to the rear. This will cause the doors to press against the frame.

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replace hinges or the screws for the hinges with slightly bigger screws.thaw out the fridge outside check and reglue the seals with goop glue.let dry completly before reuse adjust the humidity to low ( if possible)or dont have it on so cold to prevent a rehap.

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a lot of the sub-zero doors are good and heavy duty, but the plastic shim under the hinge wears and can drag when you go to close door, usually a simply repair to find a washer for the door hinge.

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Clean the door seal and ensure that there are no gaps between the sealing surfaces of the door seal and the refrigerator, if there is, relatively warm moist air will continually feed condensible moisture to the cold gap in the seal and the condensed water will drip on the floor. If the door seal its self is broken or torn it will have to be replaced to stop the drip.
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sound like you said a sealed system problem if compressor is running check the black coil under ref by the fan and see if it is warm if not you have lost freon just trash it then if it is see if fan in freezer is running if so pull back cover in freezer and see if coil starts to freeze if you have a ice block on coil then it is a defrost problem good luck

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