Probably a little slding part that is on the door of the dc12. its to stop you closing the door without the yellow handle for the drum in place. you can either take it off or slide it in the opposite direction to where it is now
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Hi - I understand that you recently had something heavy drop on top of your Frigidaire Freezer door. From my experience the condensation does typically indicate poor door seal. When cold air and warm air outside is entering into the freezer it causes condensation. Try checking and see if the door seal is bad; place a dollar bill between the body of the freezer and close the door. The dollar bill should stay in place and pull out with a small amount of resistance. If the dollar bill falls out when placed between the gasket and cabinet double check to see if the door is being blocked by anything stopping it from closing it. If nothing is stopping the door from closing then I suggest contacting your manufacturer and see who they recommend to repair the unit. Hope this helps! JK
I experienced the same problem after my tension cables broke. The door fell open with such force that it bent the hinges a little. If you've replaced the tension strings (which you should do every 5-8 years) then you don't have to replace the latch. I did and it didn't solve the problem. Here's the solution: Put a towel at the bottom of each side of the door by the hinge. Push the door closed a couple of times to bend back the hinges. Remove the towels and you're back in action. Good luck
there is a plastic part that attaches to the lower hinge that helps keep the door closed. it is like a rocker that when the door is open the door rides up on the plastic rocker then as you close the door the door rides down on the hinge rocker and helps to force it closed. mine stopped closing on it's own then all of a sudden the black plastic piece broke and fell to the floor. I am ordering a new piece if I can find the part number.
On most cars vacuum hoses from the engine power diaphragms that open and close the doors that change where the air blows in the heater system. Check for vacuum leaks. sometimes the diaphragms will go bad. It’s hard to say without actually digging into the system. There might even be something blocking the doors from moving that fell into your defrosters. But at least this gives you a few places to check
thw window either came off the window slider or the slider bracket, this can be determined by removing the door panel. this could also be cable driven and the cable has disconnected or broke, can also be determined by removing door panel.
this is possible but can lead to more frustration. The cd door usually has a plastic tab that depresses on a button or blocks the opto sensor to indicate it is closed. I presume that your cd door is missing this tab or the circuit that activates when the door is closed is faulty. Block the opto sensor manually using paper or keep the button depressed that the door tabe closes on. You will not need anything to keep door closed unless it is reqiured to play the cd then just use a brick
check to see if anything is blocking the beam that tells it something is in the way of the door closing. If there is nothing crossing the beam, make sure the beams are lined up properly. The four blinks are a safety feature so that you do not close the door on anyone or anything. Had the same problem myself once.