Question about Refrigerators
I just acquired an 11 yr old refrigerator whose doors won't stay closed. It appears that there rubber seals have a couple of rips in the bottom. Both doors have this problem, but I haven't found any rips in the freezer door. What could be the problem? and what would the solution be for this?
It happens from not being cleaned and the gasket sticking when u open the doors
Depending on how bad the rips are... you will need to replace if too bad.. i have used silicone in a caulking tube .. to repair them.. use vasoline after to keep from sticking to the door on fram or door and on gasket
Posted on Nov 05, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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