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Your ignorance is the problem

Your quote "Refrigerator door gaskets are sold at any hardware store. They have an adhesive backing, remove your old and replace with the new, that easy."

  • that like saying you can buy a PC mother board at any grocery store and just glue it to your computer, its that easy!
  • why are you wasting this persons time if you dont know jack about appliances?!

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  • Mike Durland
    Mike Durland Aug 12, 2008

    you earned a FixYa for confirming your ignorance on the subject. thanks, ill let you know if i need more help.

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The magnetic door gasket is sold at any hardware store. It's sold in a roll that has an adhesive backing on one side, you cut it to fit. Hell, I'm looking at them on Home Depot's web site right now on my desk top, (typing on my laptop), and looked at Lowe's site, they also have them. I'm going guess and say that a stupid minimum wage store clerk probably told you they didn't have them. Now you're wasting my time, don't bother replying, I'm done.

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

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    Ryan Rogers Aug 12, 2008

    Also, don't rate this. Otherwise I'll just have to report it as an attack. I'm kind of surprised that you didn't know you could get the door gaskets, you being the expert you are and everything, or maybe I'm missing something about the gasket. I replaced the one on my fridge and my parents fridge not long ago, that easy. So, what am I not understanding or missing here? Please let me know, I'm always up for learning more, and if I'm wrong, I have no problem admitting it.

  • Ryan Rogers
    Ryan Rogers Aug 12, 2008

    The more I think about this, the more it irritates me. Why don't you go after these one liner or "take it to a professional" experts. Man, my solution wasn't that far off of yours, I just assumed the asker had a bit of intelligence about him. Besides, I've got more that 1500 solutions under my belt, with a percentage of over 84%, so man, lay off, and go after one of these other yahoos. There's plenty to choose from.

  • Ryan Rogers
    Ryan Rogers Aug 12, 2008

    Well, I thank you for the fixya, but damn dude, this whole thing is uncalled for. Come on, seriously!?!?!?

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