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How difficult is it to replace a Door Gasket - True TS-49F Freezer

Any tips would be helpful on best way to remove the existing gasket and and installing the new one. Thanks

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The old gasket just pulls directly out from its slot in the door. Start about 3" away from a corner, then pull the corner out; the rest is easy. Soak the new gasket in warm water before fitting; it softens the edge and makes it easier to push in.

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