I have a freezer-on-top GE 21cu-ft fridge. Its about 10 yrs old. Good
condition...but how do I level the thing?
I inherited it with house and am satisfied w/perform but it is obviously
leaning. Floor is quite level.
Some refrigerators have a nut or bolt on the front behind the lower
grill to adjust the front level wheels, some only have legs that must
be screwed in ot out to raise or lower the front of the refrigerator.
Rear legs or wheels are often not adjustable.
Since we cannot see the refrigerator leaning, leaning on the left,
right, back, front??
We usually make the front of the refrigerator slightly higher than the
back so the doors will try to close on there own.
Appliance Repair Aid
Good advice from others, above.
As a fine point, I usually adjust the left-right axis level, but very
slightly higher than the back feet. That way, the fridge looks level from
most angles, but the door slowly creeps shut by itself, a convenience when
you run out of hands or elbows!.
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