Fridge door seals, also known as refrigerator door gaskets, are used to seal the gap between the door and the frame of a refrigerator. They are typically made of rubber or similar flexible material and are designed to keep the temperature inside the fridge consistent and to prevent leaks.
If the seal on your fridge door is damaged or not sealing properly, it can lead to inefficient cooling and increased energy consumption. If you notice that your fridge is not maintaining the correct temperature or that the seal is visibly damaged, it may be time to replace the door seal.
To replace a fridge door seal, you will need to remove the old seal and clean the door and frame thoroughly. Then, you can install the new seal by following the manufacturer's instructions or consulting a repair manual. In some cases, it may be necessary to use a sealant or adhesive to secure the seal in place.
If you are having trouble finding a replacement door seal for your specific model of fridge, you may want to try contacting the manufacturer or a specialist appliance repair service. They may be able to provide you with the correct seal or point you in the direction of a suitable alternative.