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Door does not seal properly which causes inside to ice up. Can this be fixed. Can you purchase a new door?

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Check the door seal for splits or is it deforming. A door seal can be uasually obtained and easilly fitted. I would also check the door for alignment problems if so it could be the hinges,

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Posted on Nov 06, 2010

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There is ice forming on the inside back wall of the freezer. What does this mean? Would it cause the refrigerator alarm (beeping noise) to go off?


It usually means that your door is either not closing properly or the seal is deformed. Moist air is getting in and condenses on the coldest surface at the back of the freezer. Check that the freezer is not too full (stopping door from closing fully) and check the door-seal.

Sometimes it is caused by icing of the thermostat. Ice is a good thermal insulator so the thermostat does not switch and the freezer keeps running constantly. Make sure there is adequate air circulation and no ice around the thermostat.

Defrosting usually fixes either problem.

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Fridge freezer door won'tstay closed


Faulty door seal.The seal that holds the door has a grip and a magnet on other side.May be that needs to be replaced.Or any fringe section tray is not completely fitted,to its end causing these.

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Before going to buy any parts directly.
Go through this troubleshooting help links.

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This is list of refrigerator problems, which is normally faced in refrigerator.
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Dec 24, 2012 | Frigidaire Refrigerators

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Their is frost and ice around the inside of the freezer, the rubber seal around the freezer door is split and broken could this be the cause of the frost and ice?


Being brief yes it is the cause of the frost. Door seals are not that expensive and in a matter of months the energy consumed to keep a unit cold can cost more than the cost of the door seal. (not labor... )

However.... if your unit is not defrosting properly you would have ice build up on the back wall / access panel of the unit.

If your ice build up is mainly on the cabinet face and wall.... the door seal is for sure causing the problem.

If you respond with a make AND complete model number I will do my best to locate a replacement part for you.

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Freezer frosts up to the point of not being able to open the door without ice falling on the floor. Can this be fixed?


Yes it can be fixed, This can be as simple as replacing the door seals if bad to replacing the defrost board.If the seals are good and the doors close and seal as they should then the defrost is not working properly.

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ICE DOOR SEAL IS LOOSE AND NOT SEALING CAUSING FROST BUILDUP


Hello,

This is the step you will use to repair your ice door seal that is loose.

There are screws under the fold of the freezer door gasket that holds the brace for the gasket in place. Lift the rubber gasket to expose the screw head, one section at a time. Just loosen the screw, and do not take it completely out.

As you loosen the screws, one section at a time, carefully remove the old gasket. At the same time, fit the new gasket into the groove. Make sure your new gasket is lined up properly.

Continue around the freezer door, unloosening the screw, taking out the old gasket and fitting the new one in.

Tighten the screws into place. This may have to be done once the entire gasket is fitted into place.

Check the seal by closing the door. You should have a nice, tight seal.

Good luck.



  • Step 4 Tighten the screws into place. This may have to be done once the entire gasket is fitted into place.

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  • Step 3 Continue around the freezer door, unloosening the screw, taking out the old gasket and fitting the new one in.
  • Step 4 Tighten the screws into place. This may have to be done once the entire gasket is fitted into place.

  • Read more: How to Fix a Freezer Door Seal | eHow.co.uk http://www.ehow.co.uk/how_4855248_fix-freezer-door-seal.html#ixzz0rY7gYaZ2
  • Step 2 As you loosen the screws, one section at a time, carefully remove the old gasket. At the same time, fit the new gasket into the groove. Make sure your new gasket is lined up properly.
  • Step 3 Continue around the freezer door, unloosening the screw, taking out the old gasket and fitting the new one in.
  • Step 4 Tighten the screws into place. This may have to be done once the entire gasket is fitted into place.
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    Ice crystals forming on inside front freezer panel


    Very possible the door seal is not properly sealed. Warm inflowing air onto a cold coil will cause ice build up at the lid.

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    Door doesn't close properly, leaks water


    If the door seals are still pliable and intact there are two possible causes.

    1/ The upper door hinge on the top of freezer unit has two adjusting screws under a plastic cover/cap which allows the upper hinge to be set forward or back altering/adjusting the spacing of the door seal to the freezer body. Moving the hinge outward at the top will cause the door to seal tighter at the bottom and lessen escaping cold air and condensation to form (water droplets). Adjust carefully so as not to create a weak seal (air gap) along other sealing edges of the door frame.

    2/ Many United Refrigeration Commercial Freezers are manual defrosting. Moisture from inside the freezer can condense between the inner molded door panel (door shelves) and the exterior metal door. Usually ice buildup will occur in this space, but when defrosting or during high ambient temps the ice will melt and drip out along the bottom door edge/seal. Screws alomg the door frame (hidden by the door seal) hold the seal in place and also the inner molded door panel. The inner panel can be removed to replace the seal or to remove the ice buildup.

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