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We have a brand new RF267ARBS and the freezer door has a tendency not to close properly,resulting in a massive frost problem. At times door has a problem sealing itself when we close the freezer door. I've checked for obvious food obstruction and have found nothing. Thanks for your help, Gregg

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  • if the installers have taken the doors off during the delivery then they may not have realigned the door properly. 
  • you can try to adjust the top door hinge or move some spacers from top to bottom or bottom to top.

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