I had the doors replaced because of moisture problems, I then had a repair man in to fix the ice machine because the water kept freezing (and still does) now, it is rusting around the dispenser. Should i get a new door, will that fix the water problem too?
With the rusting issue the door would need to be replaced. If the dispenser water line is frozen and cannot dispense water then this would also fix that issue. If the fill tube for the icemaker keeps freezing then the issue would most likely be caused by the water valve seeping which would require a new icemaker.
Does this door replacement require a professional install or can a handyman (brother) do it?
Answer Michelle, No you don't need a professional to replace the freezer door. Your Handyman(brother) should be able to do the job. It'll be easier if you have your owners manual or installation manual that came with the fridge. Basically, Remove the kick plate and turn the water off to the refrigerator dispenser. Disconnect the tubing to the freezer door hinge located behind the kickplate on the freezer side of the compartment. disconnect the wire harness at the bottom of the freezer door hinge, remove the upper door hinge from the cabinet. Open the freezer door and carefully raise it up to clear the hinge, he may need a little help with the tube and wiring harness, guiding it out of the hinge. Reverse the procedure and run 3 to 4 Quarts of water through the dispenser to flush out any air or debris in the new lines. Good Luck and Thanks