Our compression gaskets work well on refrigerators from the '40s and '50s. Most of these gaskets have a basic "e" shape; the top, or "bubble", portion making the seal when the door closes and the bottom, or "lip", slipping beneath the interior door liner. In most cases a series of screws or clips inserted under the bubble portion hold the gasket in place. P10297 Characteristics
Sold: By-the-foot(All gasket orders come with a general instruction guide to help you with installation)
"Buyer's Tip" - We recommended using the P10297 for refrigerators that need more than 3/4" to cover the exposed screw heads or clips around the edge of the door liner.