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Re: freezer door wont stay closed.
If you can pull the freezer drawer out, check to see if there is anything on the floor of the freezer. You can also try reinstalling the drawer. When you take the drawer out make sure that the spring loaded door catches on the sides are facing towards you. That is if it has any.
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spray the latch catch with oil or silicone to loosen the latch mechanism than stick something [a screwdriver/ pen ] that u can use to push the catch upward to open push on catch while lifting handle if catch falls back either latch spring still frozen or latch spring broken and needs replacement
With the door open hold the door handle up as if opening the door. The latch in the door mechanism will now be free so you need to rotate it to the open position. It might be a bit stiff but it will rotate with the handle pushed You might need a pair of pliers or small wrench to move it around.
The catch side, not the latch side, the catch on the frame may have backed off some what. It's not unusual for this to happen over time. Take a peek around the catch and see if there are any adjustment options such as two slots where the mounting screws are, a hex key slot behind it to adjust the reach and so on.With a flash light close the door very slowly and from above as best you can see if the spring fed latch is near enough to the catch. Also try hip checking the handle to try closing it.If then it latches you may have a section of seal gasket that is misplaced or swollen. See, not being there makes this a very difficult call. I've given about the most options I can think of and I hope for you guys that one of them works. Also if your closer latch is similar to the operation of a screen door latch, don't be afraid to pry the latch lightly in the direction towards the catch/latch. Good luck and Thank you, Dana