One corner of the freezer gasket is leaking a bit of cold air. Can I fix this or what part number would that be? Thanks
Answer Hello Mike,
You can try heating the door seal with a hair dryer and see if the internal magnets will pull it up against the cabinet face. If this does not work, we will have to get you to verify the model number from the units' I.D. tag so we can look up the part number for your door seal. Thank you for your patience and understanding in this matter.
Just want to make sure this part is the one that fits my fridge.
Answer Vicki, based on the model number given the replacement refrigerator door gasket should be part number 2159073 and freezer door gasket is part number 2159072. Thanks.
The replacement gaskets for the fridge that I received do not have the hard edge that seems to be crucial to installing the new gasket. There is just a soft rubber edge. How do I install these or do I have the wrong part?
To install the door gasket, you will need to loosen the screws around the door and pull out the old gasket. With the new gasket the soft edge will need to be pushed up under the door liner then tighten the screws down.