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How do I ensure I order the correct fridge seal?

Each fridge and freezer has a specific model number. Look for the tag located both inside and outside the fridge seal, which contains essential information, including the model number. Pay close attention to this number and use it to search in the designated area on our website to find the compatible seal for your fridge or freezer.

Make sure you are entering the model number and not the serial code.

  • Fridge seals play a crucial role in maintaining the efficiency of your refrigerator or freezer. They prevent cold air from escaping and warm air from entering, which helps to keep your food fresh and your energy bills low.
  • Signs that your fridge seals may need replacing include: visible cracks or tears, a loose or sagging seal, condensation or frost buildup on the interior walls of the appliance, or difficulty in closing the door securely.
  • Yes, we offer custom-sized fridge seals for those with unique refrigerator dimensions or specialized requirements. Simply provide us with the measurements and specifications needed, and we’ll create a custom seal to fit your needs.
  • We’re here to help! If you have any additional questions about our fridge seals or need assistance with your purchase, please don’t hesitate to contact our customer support team. We’re available to provide guidance and support throughout the ordering process and beyond
  • Yes, we offer bulk or wholesale discounts for customers who are purchasing fridge seals in large quantities. Please contact our sales team for more information on pricing and ordering options.
  • Our fridge seals are made of high-quality rubber or silicone materials that are durable, flexible, and resistant to wear and tear. These materials are specifically chosen for their ability to maintain elasticity and provide an effective seal over time.
  • Yes, replacing worn or damaged fridge seals can improve energy efficiency by ensuring a tight seal, which prevents cold air from escaping and reduces the workload on your refrigerator’s compressor
  • Yes, our fridge seals are designed for easy cleaning and maintenance. Simply wipe them down with a mild detergent and water solution regularly to remove dirt, debris, and spills. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or harsh chemicals, as these can damage the seal material.
  • Yes, for customers in Perth, our technicians provide professional installation services for fridge seals. However, for customers outside Perth, while we do not offer installation services, our fridge seals are designed for easy DIY installation. Detailed instructions are provided with each seal, and our customer support team is available to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have during the installation process.”
  • Yes, here are some tips for prolonging the lifespan of your fridge seals:
    • Regularly inspect the seals for signs of wear, tear, or damage.
    • Clean the seals and the surrounding area regularly to prevent dirt buildup.
    • Avoid placing heavy or sharp objects on the seals, as this can cause damage.
    • Keep the door closed when not in use to minimize unnecessary wear on the seals.
    • Avoid using excessive force when opening or closing the refrigerator door, as this can cause the seals to become misaligned or damaged.
  • Yes, replacing worn or damaged fridge seals can help reduce noise levels from your refrigerator. A proper seal ensures that the door closes tightly, minimizing vibrations and noise caused by air leaks.

Yes, each fridge seal comes with comprehensive installation instructions to guide you through the process step by step. These instructions are designed to be clear and easy to follow, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free installation experience for our customers.”

Most model numbers can be found inside the fridge or freezer on a sticker. Check the locations highlighted below to help locate the sticker and model number.

Some common locations for this sticker by make are:

  • Kelvinator – Inside the fridge on the side walls. Sometimes behind the crisper drawer. Older models are sometimes found on a sticker down the bottom where the door seal hits.
  • Westinghouse – Inside the fridge on the side walls. Sometimes behind the crisper drawer.
  • Hoover – Inside the fridge on a sticker which is stuck to the side of the door.
  • Philips – Inside the fridge on a sticker which is stuck to the side of the door.
  • Admiral – Inside the fridge on a sticker which is stuck to the side of the door.
  • Norge – Inside the fridge on a sticker which is stuck to the side of the door.
  • Fisher And Paykel – On a sticker stuck to the kick plate at the bottom of the fridge.

The tools required depends on which type of seal you are fitting. Some seals, such as the press in type, do not require any tools at all. A screw in seal generally requires a Phillips head screwdriver or socket driver.

Some other helpful tips are:

  • A hair dryer and/or something to stretch the door seal out may be required to soften the material and allow you to stretch it into shape or to fix any gaps which may appear.
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