With energy consumption up during the summer, of course it’s in our best interest to save it where we can. Some of the easiest ways, as you’ve seen here, are to clean and fix appliances—refrigerators included. If your refrigerator door doesn’t seal tight when closed, that’s wasted energy. Not only is the food inside suffering, but so is your wallet.
American-Appliance.com gives you step-by-step instructions for replacing the door gasket, and if necessary, the inner door liner. To start, make sure you buy the right gasket for your refrigerator’s brand and model number. Check the site for other advice.
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