Question about Refrigerators
Open the doors all the way and check the seals near the inside closest to the hinges. Fridges are prone to wearing in these areas because they are closest to the frame and rub each time the door is opened and closed.
Also run something metalic around the seal to check the magnets inside the seal have not lost their strength.
New seals can be purchased, and there are places that will even come out to measure up the doors and refit them.
It could also be in need of regassing, though the first sign of that is normally that it will freeze over even in the fridge compartment.
Hope that helps =)
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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