Refrigerators with a lower mounted freezer have a slide style cabinet that requires proper adjustment to ensure it keeps cold air locked in the freezer compartment. An incorrectly adjusted freezer door does not seal against the gasket secured around the perimeter of the refrigerator freezer compartment. Refrigerators have a built in adjustment that allows you to rotate the direction of the door to ensure it properly aligns with the freezer gasket.
Pull the freezer door away from the refrigerator.
Locate the four screws securing the door to the freezer cabinet slides. On most refrigerators, one screw will be located at corner of the door, on the inside face of the door. Turn each screw counterclockwise with a short Phillips screwdriver. Do not remove the screws.
Close the freezer door. Grab two opposing corners and adjust the door until it aligns with the bottom edge of the upper door or doors.
Open the freezer door carefully to avoid changing the alignment between it and the refrigerator door.
Tighten the four screws to lock the position of the door. Repeatedly open and close the door for one to three minutes.
Check the alignment of the freezer door with the freezer compartment gasket. Loosen and readjust the freezer door if it does not align with the gasket.