Question about Refrigerators
Lift the freezer door with your hand and then close the door and check out.Is the door closing properly.If its closing properly that means the hinge holding the door is got loose / worn out and needs replacement.But if the freezer door is proper tight and not getting any lift then its not the hinge problem.Then check the freezer door seal.Its in the inner-side border of the door.If the seal is got bulged up or its got misaligned from door frame then it can be the other reason.Also check the nuts and screws holding the hinges if the nut or screw is got bit loose then hinge will not hold the freezer door with proper grip.Most probably the problem is between hinges and door frame seal .But in some cases it has been noticed that door frame gets bit slight tilted and looses its alignment and this causes the problem.Also check for any other thing blocking the freezer door to get properly closed.
For getting any required parts for your refrigerator you can get it from online sites like
www.repairclinic.com or the another site is www.partsselect.com
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