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Anybody got a cure for freezer door gaskets failing to close completely? The door was reveresed about 3 weeks ago on the freezer portionof my two door fridge, now its trying to peel away. Suggestions?
-- mitch hearn (email@example.com), October 29, 2001
You can go to a hardware store and get the foam insulation strips that come in rolls and are different thicknesses and widths, foam on one side and sticky on the other. They make good replacement gaskets for fridge/freezer doors.
-- bruce (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 29, 2001.
if the gasket isnt cracked or peeling or anything, get some adhesive glue,(auto store) that should glue it back on
-- stan (email@example.com), October 29, 2001.
Maybe the pins in the doors just reset so that the door sits tight again. If it actually the seal then superglue works wonders--just used it myself 2 weeks ago. Or you can go the expensive way and they have sealant spray for the gaskets in hardware stores.
-- (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 29, 2001.
The gasket is fully attached to the door, it is pulling away from the contact point of the main box. Because it is a reverseable door I am going to try to flip it 180 degrees tomorrow.
-- mitch hearn (email@example.com), October 29, 2001.
Could the door be warped slightly? If it is maybe all you would have to do is twist it a little bit. emory
-- Emory (NE PA) (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 29, 2001.