Question about Refrigerators
Loosen all the screws located in the middle of the old door gasket, remove the old gasket. starting at the top of the door; wedge the new door top gasket corner into one of the gasket frame corners at the door top and, screw it down to secure; because the gasket will not be wide enough; use a hairdryer to gently stretch it to the other top corner and, secure that corner then : using the hairdryer continue to stretch the gasket downward and, fit the rest of the door gasket into both of the remaining bottom corners then: slip the rest of the gasket under the gasket frame and, tighten all the gasket frame brackets.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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