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ta. will do this eve when back in from work.
Thanks for bearing with me.
I've had the decor door off (which means the fridge door is a lot lighter than normal) there is some suction when the door closes but not to the extent that I see with the freezer door.
Same applies with decor door back on. I'd considered whether the sliding mechanism (bracket) had a role in the situation, with the decor door adding a bit of weight to the closure process so I was able to adjust it and allow more than enough room for the door to close. Again, while I see some suction, its not of the extent of the freezer door.
the unit itself is held into the carcass by screws at the top. There's no sign of movement (I guess movement would rupture the melamine / chipboard) and the base of the unit certainly hasn't moved.
What do you think?