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GE fridge, wheel locks

Lost my owner's manual. Are there locks on the wheels under the fridge? How does one find the release if there is? I have new kitchen flooring which is way too fragile and when a handyman came he tore it up. Flooring was repaired free by installer but I'm moving and need to move the fridge and don't want to tear up the flooring if I can avoid it.

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    the refridge is not level The wheel have to come down in the front to elevate. I can not get the wheels to move and change position

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If is a ge there are no locks on wheels just try to be care full it should move easier when emptied and buy a scratch plastic the you can use when moving unit that is what we use every time and i am a sears tech

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