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Freezer door is canted forward. This separates the gasket from the frame and allows air in. Large amount of frost build up.

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  • SZarelli Aug 18, 2008

    I have an older model GE Refrigerator with a bottom freezer. The open end of the freezer door seems to have dropped slightly, leaving a very small gap at the top that allows air in. Is there some way to readjust the hinge to lift the door slightly?

  • Anonymous Aug 31, 2008

    I have the exact same problem. How do I repair it?

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HI thanks for the question. the fridge door should close by itself if opened and then just let go of door. if not that way. raise the front of the fridge to make it work that way. thanks the appliance doc. please rate my answer. thanks.

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