Question about Refrigerators
The door gasket is pinched between the door frame and the internal panel that is hold in there with screws. To simplify the operation take out the screws from the upper half only (top and half the sides), take out the old gasket from that part, reattach the screws from the top and remove all the others, take out the old gasket completely and insert the new one. Now reinsert all the screws - make sure the gasket sits well, you will not be able to rearrange it afterwards.
You should keep the door attached to the freezer, it will make the job easier.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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