Question about Refrigerators
Open door and pull on inside of gasket to expose screws or 1/4 nuts.. loosen[do NOT remove] all screws and pull old gasket out. place new gasket in sink of hot water to soften it and put back around door. snug up a couple of screws on each side and test seal by shutting door..you may need to adjust inner panel until just right..then tighten all screws
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Matchmark the hinge-to-body and hinge-to-door locations. Support the door either on jackstands or have somebody hold it for you.
Remove the lower hinge-to-door bolts.
Remove the upper hinge-to-door bolts and lift the door off the hinges.
Details of a common door assembly-Dakota shown
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If the hinges are being replaced, remove them from the door pillar.
Install the door and hinges with the bolts finger-tight.
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