The problem with the freezer door is that when the refrigerator's door is pushed closed, the door of the freezer slightly opens and stays open without re-closing and sealing itself properly, leaving a gap. It seems to be due to even the slightest closing as something does not absorb shocks properly. Similar thing with refrigerator's door but it worries me less as it closes and seals itself. It's actually the freezer's door which I am concerned more about:
See this in action on YouTube: http://youtu.be/5fs35-deVV0
There are no screws holding gasket and it seems to be stretched across door's frame.
I am concerned because as long as door opened, I hear fridge constantly working and leaving door opened for half day results in freezer's inside becoming wet. After closing door and looking inside next day I get to see products covered in snow/ice? and layer of ice on fridge's left and right sides, and especially freezer's ceiling.
If you think about misalignment then there is a bit but I have no idea how to realign. And if I did realign, you think doors would be absorbing shocks properly without opening?
What are your thoughts gentlemen? Thanks.