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Gibson Refrigerator Door Gasket
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64 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS2331952
Manufacturer Part Number 241872513
This fresh food door gasket is used to seal the refrigerator door when closed to keep the cool air inside and the room air outside.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door Sweating
  • Door won’t open or close
  • Fridge and Freezer are too warm
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Installation Instructions
Matthew from Washington, DC
Refrigerator door gasket torn
No instructions included, so it took a little bit of staring at the new part to figure out how it works. The barbed ridge on the gasket fits into a slot on the door. The flat face of the gasket has an internal magnetic strip that helps keep the seal tight against the steel face of the refrigerator. Installation requires no tools. This is the basic process:
1) Unbox the new gasket and get it ready to install so you don't have to leave the fridge open too long.
2) Open the door and grab the old gasket at one of the corners and pull away. This will unseat the barbed ridge I mentioned above. Work your way around the door until the whole gasket is free.
3) Set aside the old gasket
4) Grab a moistened paper towel and wipe down the (now exposed) sealing surface of the fridge and door.
5) Align the new gasket in the door and start pushing the barb into place. I found that the new gasket seemed slightly oversize compared to the original, so it took a little tweaking. What worked for me was to get all the corners seated, then work my way around the door making sure the gasket is fully seated.
6) Once you have the new gasket installed, close the door to make sure everything fits OK.
7) Open the door again and run your finger along the inside edge of the gasket seal. What you want to do is fold the edge of the gasket down so it lays flat against the outer wall of the door.
8) Shut the door and look from the sides and top to try to spot any gaps. You should be able to poke the gasket from the side and get the magnet strips to click into place. It seems like after a day or so the gasket 'relaxed' and I didn't have to worry about this anymore.
9) Dispose of the old gasket. I was able to pull the gasket into four pieces (separating at the corners) so it would fit in my city trash can...
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$143.35
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Gibson Refrigerator Door Gasket
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13 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS11770644
Manufacturer Part Number 5304507200
This door gasket, also known as a door seal, is sourced from the original equipment manufacturer for use in refrigerators and freezers. It is a flexible rubber strip that runs along the edge of the appliance door. It creates an airtight seal between the door and cabinet to prevent cold air from escaping, and warm air from entering the refrigerator, to ensure that the temperature in the appliance remains constant. Over time, the door gasket can lose its elasticity or tear. In this case, you will likely notice frost build-up, increased noise, and inconsistent temperatures. Peel the faulty gasket off the refrigerator frame and remove any debris or residue on the surface. Carefully place the new seal along the edge of the door and press it firmly into place. Secure it with the appropriate fasteners and close the door to verify that there are no gaps between the door and cabinet.
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Installation Instructions
Louise from Ocala, FL
Ice and frost were forming in a frost free freezer
The old gasket was obviously gapping, partially from age and partially from damage during a move. To make the repair, I loosened the screws that are under the gasket and hold it in, but did not remove them. Once all were loose, I removed the old gasket, then starting at the top, ran a thin bead of food grade RTV under the portion of the door that captures the gasket. I put the sealant on that edge only, then carefully worked one of the short edges of the gasket under the plastic and tightened all but the corner screws. I then ran the RTV down the inside of the hinge side of the door and repeated the process, this time tightening the top screw and the hinge side screw at the top, but leaving the bottom most screw loose. I repeated the process on the opening side of the door. The bottom was the hardest because the gasket seemed just a little long and it was hard to get the RTV up and behind the door portion, but after a couple tried I got a good bead of sealant then slid the gasket under the door capture and tightened all the remaining screws. After closing the door, it was obvious that there were places were it did not seal well. I used some cardboard strips, cut from the box the gasket came in, to place inside the freezer, between the hard plastic of the door and the inside of the gasket where it laps over the screws. This helped a lot, but there were still a couple small areas, so I used more cardboard, from the outside, between the main portion of the gasket and the rim of the gasket. This eliminated all the gaps. I let this sit overnight and this morning removed all the cardboard for a great sealing freezer. Read more...
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Gibson Refrigerator Freezer Door Gasket
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7 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS1991435
Manufacturer Part Number 241872503
This white door gasket is used to seal the freezer door when closed.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door Sweating
  • Door won’t open or close
  • Freezer section too warm
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Installation Instructions
James from Jacksonville, FL
ice forming in freezer around door, seal miss formed
removed orig gasket and installed new one Read more...
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Gibson Refrigerator Fresh Food Door Gasket - White
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1 Review
PartSelect Number PS2331944
Manufacturer Part Number 241872502
This white door gasket is used to make an air-tight seal for the cabinet when the door is closed.
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Installation Instructions
MICHAEL from BAYTOWN, TX
Door gasket was cracked and falling apart
Watched your video, used a stiff putty knife to pry the gasket loose.Cleaned the surrounding area and pushed the new gasket in. I used a plastic body moulding tool to make sure the gasket was sealed. Very easy repair! Read more...
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Gibson Refrigerator Fresh Food Door Gasket - White
PartSelect Number PS2331945
Manufacturer Part Number 241872504
This white door gasket is used to seal the refrigerator door when closed to keep the cool air inside and the room air out.
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Gibson Refrigerator Freezer Door Gasket
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4 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS2331943
Manufacturer Part Number 241872501
This door gasket is used to seal the freezer door when closed.
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Karine Lepold /BM CARGO from Miami, FL
Freezer door gasket with a holes
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Gibson Refrigerator Fresh Food Door Gasket - White
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8 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS1991324
Manufacturer Part Number 241786001
This door gasket is used to seal the refrigerator door when closed to keep the cool air inside and the room air out.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door Sweating
  • Door won’t open or close
  • Fridge too warm
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Installation Instructions
cletus from Godfrey, IL
damaged gasket refrigerator door
pulled old gasket out of groove in door. Put vaseline on slotted part of gasket that fits in groove of refri. door Put some vaseline on gasket surface that would be on the hinge side of door, so it would close with ease. Had no problems at all. Thanks

P.S. Sorry about not having the model No.
The Part No was PS1991324 Magnetic Gasket for Refr side of a Freezer/Refrigerator FRIGIDAIRE There are no screws to remove on this model. Just start at one corner and begin pulling old gasket out of the groove of the door.
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Gibson Refrigerator Fresh Food Door Gasket
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3 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS455153
Manufacturer Part Number 5303207345
This is a genuine OEM door gasket, which works with refrigerators.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door Sweating
  • Door won’t open or close
  • Fridge runs too long
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Installation Instructions
Ted from Montague, MA
old gaskets were split, leaking
The old gaskets were easy to pull out. At first I thought the bead of the new ones were supposed to slide into place. Then I just loosened the phillips head screws that hold the inner door panel. I loosened them all and pried the inner door out about 4 mm. the the bead of the new gasket slid in with relative ease. Then I tightened the screws back up, I just had to peel back the gasket to get at each one. The gasket holds itself in place with no adhesive. Read more...
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Gibson Refrigerator Freezer Door Gasket - White
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2 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS1991325
Manufacturer Part Number 241786002
This white door gasket is used to make an air-tight seal for the cabinet when the door is closed.
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Shellie from MONCKS CORNER, SC
Freezer started icing up. Gasket was torn in places letting air in.
The most difficult task for me was getting old gasket out. I did call for repair help. The service person was most helpful. After almost giving up, one more tug and the gasket started coming out. Next step was cleaning the area. Aligning the gasket correctly made installation easier. I realized right away that I needed to start in a corner. The gasket went in without a hitch. My freezer is like new again. Next installment will be the refrigerator. Read more...
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Gibson Refrigerator Freezer Door Gasket - White
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1 Review
PartSelect Number PS2203349
Manufacturer Part Number 241872505
This white door gasket is used to make an air-tight seal for the cabinet when the door is closed.
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Installation Instructions
Lanier from Opelousas, LA
my grandson broke the refridgerator shelf retainer and the freezer gasket was damaged
First let me say that I am a female in my mid-50s.
It took a few seconds to see how the shelf retainer snapped into place and install it. No tools were required.

It took a little longer to see how the freezer gasket was attached. I ended up using a wide blade putty knife at the corners to help gently remove the old gasket. Then I slipped on the new gasket and pushed it gently into the proper groove. It was quick and easy. I really appreciate saving the cost of a repair man.
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