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 Posted: Thu Mar 16th, 2006 01:50 pm
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Samurai, I was just wondering if you still make door gaskets?

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Nyet, comrade. Never could get traction with that bidness. It's just a big white elephant down in my basement.



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I am brand new to this computer chat stuff and also to appliance repair!! I am defrosting my GE freezer....AGAIN! It needs it about ever 3-4 months.  Before I go out and invest in a new gasket, I read about putting the new one in the dryer before installing it. Would it make a difference if I put my old one in the dryer for a spell while the freezer is defrosting and then remount it?

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Did you read the reason for putting the gasket in the dryer? In case you missed it, you can read it again here.



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