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Replacing a freezer gasket

The freezer door does not seal . Looks like the gasket is not sealing tightly against the unit. The is lots of freezing inside the freezer. Can this gasket be replaced?

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Yes and here is a link to the service manuals ( there are two available) that provide parts and some details on how to remove and replace. hope this helps you..
http://136.166.4.200/contents/Fridge/LRDN20720xx.htm

regards

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

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