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Bottom freezer door on our LG is out of adjustment. One side closes tight the other has a .25" gap.

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The easiest way to fix that is to pull the freezer door all the way out and give it a good little tug, you will see the plastic covers on the side rails there will be a little gap about one inch on each side make sure those gaps are even. Your door should be aligned

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