Question about GE Refrigerators
I have a GE Profile side by side. When the fridge door swings opens more than 90 degrees, it flies open to a full 180 degrees and crashes into the counter to the right of the fridge. My kids do this all day long and I'm sure its neither good for the fridge or the counter, much less my nerves.
My guess is there is an adjustment to the door that would prevent this, however I cannot find any information on adjusting the door swing in the manual.
Most refrigerators do not have anything to prevent the door from opening all the way. To minimize this , adjust the front leveling legs up enough so the door won't stay open by itself. The refrigerator doesn't have to be level, it just should not rock. Most are adjusted this way to let the door shut itself. This should help. If this doesn't work. make a strap with small chain or seat belt type material. Attach from the bottom of the door. Make it just long enough to not let the door open past 90 degrees.
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
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