Fridge door swinging open
A free-swinging refrigerator door is not only a major annoyance, but it can pose a serious threat to nearby walls and even the fridge itself. Doors that swing open.
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Description:Doors that swing open to hit the wall can damage the drywall over time, resulting in chips and holes in the wall or dents in the door. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to prevent damage by controlling how far the door can swing, and most involve only minor adjustments rather than a major kitchen remodel. Check for Built-In Doorstops Many standard refrigerator models come with built-in doorstops to control how far the door can swing open. These units are often preset to allow the door to open degrees, but if this is too far for your kitchen, you may be able to adjust the door to open no further than 90 degrees, which allows you to open drawers and access food without hitting the wall. Check your manual to see if your fridge offers this feature and learn how to adjust the doorstop, which is typically built into the top or bottom hinge.