This is one of those small, box-shaped refrigerators you might see in someone’s dorm room or office.
It’s a single door with a rubber seal about an inch thick that goes around the entire door, and should snugly fit against the refrigerator when the door is closed.
Now when the door closes the rubber seal does not fit so snugly.
How much of a problem will this cause? Will the temperature inside the refrigerator be compromised, or will the energy use go up to compensate but still cool properly? Or is there any chance that just because the seal seems loose that it doesn’t really matter at all?
I this something that can be easily fixed? Can it be fixed for less than the cost of a new refrigerator?
Thanks in advance for any insights y’all might have.