I've got a problem with my GE model GTH18EBTZRWW refrigerator compartment
It won't close completely unless I lift up the door handle. The door's
slightly off and the new, hi-efficiency models fit very snugly between door
and frame. I only discovered this after a futile 20 minutes unloading
everything I thought could be blocking the door. Never occurred to me that
the door itself was blocking the door. Oddly enough, it seems to be
encountering the obstacle more towards the top than the bottom. I marked
around the door frame with a red wax pencil to see if I could detect any
contact points but nothing's showing.
I see what look like hinge adjustment screws, but they're not anything I am
used to and really don't look sturdy enough to support such a large door.
Although I have as many wrenches, probably, as a NASCAR mech does (crow's
foot, open-ended, deep socket, shallow socket, crescent and more) not one
will fit in the space around the refrigerator door hinge. It looks to take
some sort of bent-end wrench to allow tightening and loosening without
hitting the door.
I thought I'd ask here before I went Googling in case there's a trick to it
that someone else has discovered before. Also, what the heck is hitting?
Why does it seem to be at the top when a sagging door usually binds at the
Any help, as always, will be appreciated. Amateur comedians will be
appropriately heckled. (-:
Manual seems to be here:
although current download is taking forever.