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Refrigerator door won’t seel on the bottom


Futur3H4wk

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I removed the door when I painted the refrigerator. When I put it back on there is an 1/8" gap in the bottom and the lower 18" or so of the sides. I had tried to take off the bottom hinge before I painted it. The head broke off one of the nuts. As far as I can tell nothing has changed with the hinge but I did try to bend it closer with a hammer, and I could not budge it.

I’ve included picture in this order

-the top showing no gap

-the bottom showing the gap

-2 views of the hinge

-the side showing the gap on the bottom

Any advice appreciated, I can take more pictures if needed.

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