MemberJuly 8, 2017 at 12:00 am
how to adjust doors onwtf67a beverage air
ectofix - NashvilleMemberJuly 8, 2017 at 8:48 pm
Fairly basic, really. Couldn’t find a step-by-step on it because it’s so simple.
Go buy you a Phillips screwdriver, then just loosen the three screws where you’re wanting to adjust the hinge (where it attaches to the cabinet or to the door), make your adjustments as to how you want it, then tighten the three screws.
ShaBAAM! You have successfully “adjusted” it. If need be, fiddle with it some more until it’s to your liking.
fixbear - ADK NYMemberJuly 9, 2017 at 1:16 pm
I wonder why there is a need to adjust the doors on a work top freezer.
You haven’t stated if the freezer is on wheels or legs. If on wheels, the maximum weight you can load it with has to be reduced.
From experience I know that many coolers get much abuse and misuse. Are the door hinge bearings OK? If the doors are crooked, and the bearings are tight, is is usually a problem of not leveling the case or loading weight on a partially open door. Like resting a hotel pan on the door partially open and sweeping in a prep product. The other problem is when one has a uneven floor and the case rest on 2 legs or wheels and gets loaded with a dense product. A delivery comes and one drop’s 40 lb boxes on the corner that is unsupported. This racks the case itself and sometimes cracks the corner welds, but more often just bending and bulging of the front corner area’s, center post corners, and side panels.
Testing the door hinge’s for wear is easy as cracking the door open, and lifting at the outer most bottom corner to see if there is movement.
You can check the case for squareness by measuring diagonally corner to corner. They should be equal.
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