Below you will find various guides to show you how to fit the various types of door seals on fridges and freezers. We will be adding these guides as soon as the photos are taken for the various fridge and freezer door seal types.

When you read the guides on how to fit a fridge door seal you will find that it is quite a straight forward job and that most people could fit a fridge door seal quite easily.

How to fit a fridge door seal

How to fit FD001+FD006 Fridge Seals

how to fit a FD001+FD006 door seal

Older style of seal where screws go through the seal. A bit more time consuming, but most go on quite easily.

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FD005 Medium Fitting Instructions

how to fit a FD005 door seal

Our most commonly bought seal. Easy to install.

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Hoover moulded in seal replacement

how to fit a FD005 door seal

A little more time consuming than other seals, but it will save you on buying a new door. There are now models from Westinghouse, Kelvinator and Electrolux that are moulded in also.

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FD005 installation with no screws

how to fit a FD005 door seal

Some models of Kelvinator and Westinghouse, come with no screws behind them, which makes fitting a slightly different process than the ones held in with screws.

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FD008 Fridge Seal installation guide

how to fit a FD008 door seal

FD008 is a seal used in some of the older Fisher and Paykels. Mostly involves loosening the screws to remove the old seal.

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Fisher And Paykel Push in seal guide

how to fit a FD009 door seal

The push in seals for fisher and paykel are quite straight forward. Peel out the old seal and put the new one in.

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FD011 Fitting Instructions

how to fit a FD011 (Push in seal) door seal

Lg Push in type of seal. Use on most LG Fridges

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FD012 Fitting Instructions

how to fit a FD012 door seal

FD012 is used in many brands of fridges. They go on quickly and effectively.

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FD013 fitting instructions

how to fit a FD013 door seal

Some of these go on within 2 or 3 minutes and some take around half an hour

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Square Push In Freezer seal installation

how to fit a FD014 door seal

These seals are mostly used on older General Electric and Rank Arena Freezers. Push in type of seal

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