Question about Frigidaire FRS23H7C Side by Side Refrigerator
Well,i know what your saying,but that unit has been outside for several years without any problem,when you open the door,theres no suction holding it shut,like the freezer side....or like the fridge side used to have.
Suction at door is caused by the rapid reduction in air volume after you have had a freezer door open and then close it. The refrigerator door side does not have as pronounced air reduction volume due to less temperature difference.
Test you door gasket seal by closing the door on paper (dollar bill) works fine. If you have resistance when sliding or pulling on the paper you have a good seal. No resistance means your door is not sealing properly.
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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