Question about Refrigerators
We moved a side by side and the movers bent the bottom bracket on the refrigerator door - now it won't shut. We tapped the bracket straight and it helped, but it doesn't seal tightly when shut. Is there a way to increase tension?
I would clean all of the door seals with a damp rag, and all of the contact points, also you can adjust the level of the unit a little in the front
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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