Model #79573266300 KENMORE Top-Mount Refrigerator

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Sagging Freezer Door 79573266300

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Thank you for your question to SearsPartsDirect.com and for being a valued member.

I apologize for the inconvenience you and your friend are experiencing with the freezer door sagging on the Kenmore Top-Mount Refrigerator model number  79573266300.

Over time wear and tear can cause the hinge to loosen, which will then cause the door to sag or sink lower than it should. The freezer door should not be able to move freely where the peg from the hinge is in the mold on the freezer door.  Here is a list of the major components for the freezer door hinge parts that wear and tear. I suggest all for a complete repair. It could also be the freezer door itself, which is also listed below.

Door Stopper

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Stopper Guide

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Hinge Assembly

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Freezer Door

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Ashley 22 -
Sears Technician
March 17, 2015
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Sagging Freezer Door 79573266300 Kenmore Top-mount refrigerator

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What causes water to freeze in drain tube? 795.73266300

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Thank you for choosing sears I would be happy to help you with refrigerator. Upon researching model795.73266300; sometimes a particle or debris can get caught in the drain hole. This can occur during the defrost cycle and it could be a very small particle. Another reason is if the drain hole and the stub from the drain trough (pan) are not lined up correctly. If the temperature in the freezer gets to cold (below zero), it can eventually cause the drain to freeze up .There could be a lip keeping all the water from draining or maybe the drain trough needs to be adjusted. Most of the time, it seems there is no reason that can be found. Most of the time the drain won't freeze up again after it has been cleared.

I trust this information will help you, have a great day.

           

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CarlosZ -
Sears Technician
February 05, 2015

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