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The refrigerator door makes a "click" when I open and close it. I can't tell what is doing it or whether something should be replaced or adjusted. Bill Ruddy

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TRY CLEANING AROUN THE LIGHT SWITCH AND YOU COULD TRY A LIGHT COAT OF ARMOR ALL ON THE GASKET
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