Replacing a refrigerator door seal: handy homeowner project, or professionals-only procedure? plus related questions.
I have a Crosley Shelvador (age unknown, looks like ~20 years, single door, no freezer, badge says "Commercial - Home Use) that drools water from the front interior.
Upon inspecting the door gasket and performing the dollar bill test,
I find that the seal in fact is obviously defunct and needs replacing.
My first question is, where do I find the model number for this? I've looked all the likely places
Second question, does this seem like a likely fix for the dripping problem?
Third, assuming I can find the replacement part, is this something I, a reasonably handy homeowner, can do? I read something about how you can warp the door when you undo the screws that hold the gasket in, and it's got me nervous. If you've done it, do you have any tips for me?