I said he should turn the water off to the ice maker and see if the water stops. It has a saddle-valve easily reachable in the basement. I said to tighten it "firmly" but not too tight. Now I think firmly could be heard as firmer than it should be. A better word?
*He* wants to pull the fridge away from the wall to look. It has wheels, but they don't touch the floor and he thinks you have to tip it back to get the wheels to lower down. Could that be true?
In addition, the fridge is only 3 inches from the wall and he can't tip it enough.
Plus it's in the corner, with little extra width, no place to grab on, and no one can pull it out! Maybe ropes attached to the two front legs, that will pull and lift a bit too?