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Refrigerator Freezer Door Gasket 2159060


Part #2159060

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Special details: Smooth folds and creases in gasket 2159060 by soaking it in warm water or warming it with a hair dryer on low heat.

This freezer door gasket (part number 2159060) is for refrigerators.

Freezer door gasket 2159060 creates a seal around the door to prevent warm air from entering the freezer compartment.

Safely store any food that could deteriorate while the door is open for this repair.


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Alsip,.ILReviews 1Votes 0
• 5 years ago
Reedsaved money• 5 years ago
Part fit description

Worked out.perfectly! Taking out and installing new freezer gasket.

Sturbridge MaReviews 1Votes 0
• 5 years ago
Bud33• 5 years ago
Easy to install just need a little patience

Take your time make it right small screw driver and rubber hammer is all it took to install

Houston, txReviews 1Votes 0
• 5 years ago
4seastx• 5 years ago
Just what was needed

Right part for a 15year old fridge. Simple fix. Quick delivery.

PhiladelphiaReviews 1Votes 0
• 5 years ago
arjay7• 5 years ago
Not completely square, but its on & working

Shipped quickly, thumbs up. This was my first time doing this repair, it was not difficult. It took me around 30 minutes to get the gasket on. I would note, however, that like a picture frame with one piece is not exactly cut for 90 degree angles, the black vinyl cross piece for one long side, (these pieces are pushed into the outer edge of the door panel to install the gasket -- the original had only vinyl not the harder pieces) was not the exact length it should have been, it was about 1/8" too long. It made the fit at the final corner (lower left/inside) a bit awry. If the excess length overlapped the vertical it affected the seal, too thick at that point. So I pushed it up against the vertical which stretched out the seal a bit. See first photo.The gasket itself seems correct size, the other corners and sides fit well. Other than this point the gasket is on and the door seals.

HawaiiReviews 1Votes 0
• 3 years ago
Tn313• 3 years ago
Outrageous shipping cost

Part fit, ez to install took almost 2 weeks to get the part after paying more than $45 for shipping

Response from Sears PartsDirect:
SHS Social Care • 3 years ago

Hello, thank you for taking the time to share your experience we greatly appreciate it and value your feedback. Thanks.

Reviews 1Votes 0
• 3 years ago
DJ-CA• 3 years ago
Not happy

Gasket fit, however the advice I was given as a solution was not the proper solution to my problem

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Reviews 1Votes 0
• 4 years ago
Big myrn• 4 years ago
Does not seem to have a good seal.

It installed fine, BUT does not seem to be tight enough. We are waiting now to see if the refrigerator quits running between cycles. It had been running continuously and were able to correct it with aluminum tape.

Apex, NCReviews 2Votes 0
• 4 years ago
dap27502• 4 years ago
Not the same as the original part

We purchased our Kenmore refrigerator in 2002. The original gasket was no longer sealing properly, so we decided to replace it. When I keyed in the part number from the manual on the Sears website, I learned that the original part had been discontinued and a substitute part was being offered as a purportedly compatible replacement. The new part was clearly NOT identical to the old one. Installation looks easy on paper but proved to be time-consuming. Instructions require removing and re-installing the door. It took nearly an hour for both of us just to get the new gasket in place. (It kept wanting to work its way loose.) After all that, it still didn't fit perfectly. Initially, it appeared to seal OK but then every time we shut the fridge door the freezer door came unsealed. It's annoying to have to recheck the freezer door every time we get into the fridge. We're keeping a strip of duct tape on the freezer door hoping that the gasket will finally conform to the right shape so the door will STAY closed. At this point, replacing the old gasket appears to be a waste of time and money. Once an original part is no longer available, buying a so-called replacement part is a real gamble!