Question about Refrigerators
I cannot get a tight seal on the door
Could be the following
Fridge not level to floor - adjust or chock untill level
Seal old or deteriated - replace with new seal
Door out of alignment with frame - adjust hinge assembly if possible
Damaged door - Replace
Obstruction from inside fridge- Check and clear if possible
Posted on May 11, 2008
i would clean all of the door seals with a damp rag, and all of the contact points, also you can adjust the level of the unit a little in the front
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
some refrierators have magnets at the bottom of the door. some times the magnets get moved out of place and the door no longer makes contact with them. try looking for the magnets with a steel screwdriver and inspect to see if they are in the correct place.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
Sounds like you may need a new magnetic seal. It is worth the money to fix it, saving electric and your food items.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
SOURCE: seal around door is not
Is this unit new? Is it new to you? Has this problem just developed? I need the history to help you. If it is new, you have a year warranty. All units built today are as air tight as possible. When one door is opened and closed. The other door can pop open. To alleviate this issue the unit's front levelers must be adjusted to tilt the unit back slightly. The door or doors might still pop open but will close by themselves. If I can help you futher, let me know.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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