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How do I get my fridge level to put the doors back on

I moved my fridge and had to take the doors up, when we put them back on they do not line up correctly, have spent all day trying to fix this.. How do I do this

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On my Refrigerator Doors, there are Screws either on the top or bottom of the DOOR that besides holding the door on, also move it up and down to put it into alignment.
Hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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