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Kitchen Aid KFCS22EVMS00 Fresh food compartment door gaskets


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#1 vonsnooks

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Posted 03 September 2013 - 08:00 AM

I would have never expected door seal failure with the vinyl embrittling, separating and falling off enough for the magnetic seal components to escape from the door gaskets, in a fridge that is barely 4 years old. Duct tape to the rescue! Is anyone else seeing failure at this rate? Can anyone tell me whether door seals are foam-in-place or are they simply press-in? No screws that I can see. Does anyone have a replacement procedure? Thanks all!

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Posted 03 September 2013 - 08:58 AM

Looks like a new P/N .............Old P/N......W10183535.........New...W10443243... I have not done this model number ,  but, If you need to replace the gasket, just order them and look at the new gaskets.....It's gotta get done........Instructions with the new gaskets should be in the box........Samurai has a video (?) of his 'Prep. the Gasket for Install' technique .....[ Place in the dryer on WARM for a while ].






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