Refrigerator sealing rubber replacement
While experiencing a cycle of economic downturns, we must teach a lesson about how to cut costs, especially in electricity bills. We need to know how to save electricity from our electrical appliances, primarily from our refrigerator. A refrigerator is one of the devices that consume a lot of electricity and requires continuous operation. However, as time passes, the refrigerator costs us a lot of money and this happens when the rubber seal stops working.
How can we determine if the seal of the refrigerator stops working? Well, this is when the electricity bill has risen to unreasonable numbers and the stored food in the refrigerator deteriorates faster. In this case, we need to understand that our refrigerator has a tiny gap. A broken seal would actually allow outside air to enter the inside of the refrigerator and lead to higher power consumption and faster food spoilage. Also, the cause may be when the seal does not close the door of the refrigerator properly. To find out, try closing the fridge by inserting a paper bill. If you can pull out a paper bill, it means that the seal of the refrigerator needs to be replaced. Sometimes the seal fails when the refrigerator has been used for a long time.
Changing the seal is very simple and takes a few minutes of our time. Thus, there is no need to hire companies that install door seals for us in most cases. In addition, it is very easy to get a new seal, because it is available for purchase via the Internet. If you do not want to go out, you can simply find it on the Internet and get it without delay. As soon as the new refrigerator door is prepared, you can begin to restore our old refrigerator door seal, taking the following steps.
• Get rid of the old seal. The very first step we will take to replace the door seal is to turn off the refrigerator. Of course, our goal is to save energy. An open door, in fact, releases 30% of the cold air of a refrigerator. The easiest way to break free of old door seals in some models is to pass your thumb under it and pull it away from the door. In some, you may need to unscrew it.
• Clean the area to which the insulation was attached. Pulling out the old gasket, clean the surface to which the refrigerator gasket was attached. Thus, we are actually starting to re-attach to the neat and odorless refrigerator with a new refrigerator door gasket. You can clean the refrigerator with a liquid cleaner that you use when cleaning.
• Install a new seal. Now we can begin to attach a new door of the refrigerator, first at the very top, then at the sides and, finally, in the base part. Press the fridge gasket to make sure it is firmly fixed.
The presence of the old refrigerator does not really mean the need to buy a new expensive one. With our aged fridge, we can still keep the temperature cold, thus preserving the freshness of the stored food and saving our money from spending on paying large electricity bills. The only solution to keep our old refrigerator, is to replace the refrigerator door seal with a new one.
Service to replace the sealing rubber repair of refrigerators "M-Repair" is not available, this is a purely familiarization article.