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 Posted: Sun Oct 3rd, 2010 08:43 pm
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There is a vent space at the top of the unit & warm air circulates out from there and passes over the gasket (top parts of the gaskets). I don't think I can draw any conclusion on the temps. They were about 2 degrees to 2.5 degrees cooler over the section where the poorly made 45 degree angle seam is located.

Is there a way to "build up" the seal there or to adjust the door to make it press harder against the gasket?

 

I could also take a dremel (lightly) to that seam & see if I can "clean it up" to seal better?

 

The owners manual indicates an adjustment to be made on the refridge side only for making the door heights the same. It says nothing about the freezer side.