Question about Refrigerators
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The short and quick answer is that your door is sitting too low. The hinge may have to be removed and straightened. I ran into a similar issue with an Amana bottom freezer where the owner had excessive weight on the door which caused the light to stay on and the door to not seal properly.
The lower hinge had become bent downward causing the problem. The fix was to remove the door and straighten the hinge in a vise. The fix was not permanent since I had to go back less than a year later to fix the same problem, again the door was overloaded.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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