Are there pre-made holes in the gasket where the screws that hold it in place go?
Answer Hello Cyndi. No, the gasket 12550110Q does not need holes to hold it to the unit. There are metal strips with holes that pinch the gasket to the door and this is what holds the gasket in place, not holes in the gasket.
Since this fridge is 11 yrs. old, is it about time to replace this refrigerator, or is replacing the door gasket a simple job?
Answer Hello Jack. This gasket appears to be held in by the inner plastic frame. If you lift the edge of the gasket up, you should see all the screws that hold the liner in. If you remove these parts, the gasket should be easily changed. I hope this info helps you decide.
I sent a question, and had a reply, but nothing was said about a possible faulty freezer door gasket.
Answer Hello Jack. I reviewed your previous question and the response. I will try and clarify further. It is possible your gasket is damaged and allowing warm air into the freezer. You may want to examine it carefully to see if it is sealing tight and check it to for cracks, tears, or creases. I hope this info helps!