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Sub-zero Refrigerator Door

I have a sub zero refrigerator and the door won't close tight. someone said that the rubber tubing around the door is worn out and something about magnets inside the tubing not working? don't know much about these things. Can you tell me how to fix this? Thanks, Don

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  • katcox Jul 07, 2008

    We have the same problem 'The door doesn't seal properly. We have replaced the gasket and and a bar near the hinge on the bottom of the door. Neither of these things have solved the problem.

  • careywendy Jan 02, 2009

    My sub zero has the same poblem...it's so annoying. The temp inside the frige now is 64! I have to flip the circuit, wait 5 minutes, turn the system back on and pray. I'm sick of it!!!!

  • lucy Sep 15, 2012

    I have the same problem with the seal on my sub-zero. Thanks. I moved items from the door and it sounded and felt like it shut.

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    door will not close on it's own

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Song to me door gasket was not properly installed, We using electric steamers to make rubber softer and good sticking. Right after door seal was replaced. Also, it could be that: a bottom door hinge parts broken /little white plastic cams damaged/,or, fridge not leveled or too heavy load on door shelfs.

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We have the same problem and were told to apply vaseline to the rubber edges of the door; this did help.  

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