Question about Sub-Zero 650 / O Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
We have a 550 Subzero. Recently we've noticed a lot of condensation on items in our refrigerator section. My husband noticed this morning that the door appeared to be open (slightly) which would account for that. I made sure that nothing was blocking the door from closing and pressed tightly to make sure it was firmly closed. A minute later when I opened it, it didn't appear to be sealed. Is there any way to fix broken door seals or is it time to kiss this frig goodbye?
Since the doors on most refrigerators are adjustable, check the alignment of the door by pushing it close to being closed and seeing if the crack still visible is consistent around the three sides not yet in contact with the frame. These normally don't change much over the life of the unit but you may be able to improve the contact through an adjustment. Considering that the door does not seem to want to stay closed, check too on the hinge side to see if that part of the gasket is striking the frame too early.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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