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Posted by jb on January 4th, 2002 12:30 PM
In reply to Kenmore side-by-side fridge by Debbie Thibodeaux on January 3rd, 2002 07:51 PM [Go to top of thread]

First you need to make sure that the feet or rollers are adjusted. Try lowering one of the front feet/rollers and see if it gets better. If it gets worse then lower the other side. If they are already all the way down then try the same thing, except by raising the feet/rollers. You may need to lower one side and raise the other side to move it enough. Basically, what you are doing is straightening out the frame of the fridge. Usually this will get the job done.

You might have to resort to this next step if above doesn't help...

assuming that the entire fridge isn't wracked, ie, out of square then it should be fairly simple to adjust. The top hinge assembly always has some way of adusting it. Usually this involves losening the 3 or 4 screws and then moving the hinge and then re-tightening them. That is why the holes that the screws go through are elongated, almost like slots. I know different brands are different but I hope this helps you. Usually you can just pry and pop off the plastic cover that is usually over this area, without damaging it.

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