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Cracks in the plastic inner liner of a refrigerator

Cracks in the plastic inner liner of a refrigerator

Postby Horst » 15 Jul 2009, 17:06

Is there a cold resistant adhesive available which can be used to fill a 6-8 inch crack in the plastice liner? This is a non pressure area and is also not structrural from a "frame" standpoint.

Thanks.
Horst
 

silocone

Postby Guest » 17 Jul 2009, 16:37

I make refrigerators for living. Use a GE Silicone type caulking, ill assume white. You should have bought a GE made in bloomington indiana. We use a solid steel liner. ;)
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Postby antonette93 » 24 Aug 2010, 22:48

I think there is really a cold resistant adhesive available which can be used to fill a 6-8 inch crack in the plastic liner. Just go to your nearest and local appliance store and ask them. I assure you that there are an available of that stuff.
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