Question about Sharp Refrigerators
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There are two ways to typically adjust the doors..
-Firstly is there is sometimes an adjustment nut at the bottom of the door that will raise and lower the height.
-Second is to adjust the feet in the front of the cabinet to shift from one side ( This raises or lowers adjacent side)
-Sharp noises are typical of LG's on the left door (models with ice and water in the door) and that noise comes from a spring loaded closer going bad.. Soon it will not close correctly and you will find it open often.
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Posted on Feb 10, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Freezer section evaporator fan motor bearing are going out. This would be indicted by a high pitched squealing noise. Have the fan motor replaced and it should solve your problem.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
This is almost impossible to answer without looking at the doors. I would check the hinges first to see that they are mounted properly and that the pins are all the way in. I don't know if the doors are old or not. If they are, doors can swell due to moisture. If the doors are in good condition, you should check the opening under the doors to see that it is even all the way across. This will give you a clue as to how the door needs to be adjusted. Sometimes you can place shims under the hinges. I hope this helps. It would be much easier if I could see the doors. Good luck!
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
USE A SPIRIT LEVEL ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE UNIT FIRST,IT IS POSSIBLY THE FLOOR THAT IS NOT LEVEL.........USE SPACERS UNDER THE FEET......factory build them square.....
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
SOURCE: Left side french door seem
ck the cam ( plastic ) it lifts the door and also causes it to close tight . they ware out and the sometimes just brake and fall out . .. part # 12395501 b -- this is a blk bushing . for your model .. mm
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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